"At the turn of the 20th. century, Morsø began supplying heating systems to churches, schools and a number of public buildings, including the state railways and various ministries. And at the start of the 1900s, the popular imperial-style stoves found their way into the royal apartments at Amalienborg. In 1915, various stoves had already been supplied to the palaces at Amalienborg and to several other royal residences, and the company was therefore bestowed the prestigious title of Purveyor to His Majesty the King by King Christian X. Later, in 1969, the title was changed to Purveyor to the Royal Danish Court.
Right from the earliest years, development and innovation have been an important driving force for Morsø Jernstøberi. Various history-making products and principles have, therefore, put the beautiful island in Limfjord on the map. For example, the convection principle, which at the turn of the new century was developed in cooperation with other foundries, and which has set completely new standards on how efficiently and especially how comfortably we can heat our homes with a solid fuel stove.
When central heating and, therefore, radiators began to make their mark in Danish homes in the 1950s, the solid fuel stove was out-competed. But Morsø showed once again that it had its finger on the pulse, when the revolutionary open fireplace stove, the 1122, was launched. In so doing, Morsø opened up a completely new market and a completely new way of making life warmer. In two senses of the word.
In summary, Morsø has, step by step, led the way in both new designs and new ways of combining form and function; efficiency with beauty and comfort – and also in recent years with environmental awareness."