What does the stamp on the back of the picked-up tile stove mean?

What does the stamp in the mill on the back of the picked-up tile kiln mean?

Hello. On your website about tile stoves, I'm missing one thing - information about marking. I've looked but haven't found anything.
This fall we bought a stripped-down tile stove from about 1905. According to the seller, made at Gustavsberg. In several cornerstones there is a mark, see picture. Can you trace the manufacturer this way.
I look forward to hearing from you. Greetings Barbro
(November 2007)

Hi Barbro, vwhat a beautiful tiled stove you have bought!
I agree with you that the labeling thing is something that we don't havehaven't had time to develop on our site yet, but we are doing so now thanks to your question.
We manage the siteour free time just because we think it's fun with tile stoves, so unfortunately everything takes a little time.
But we're doing our best
and investigates your question with the help of a good friend who is in the industry. SoWe have come so far that we can probably say that the brand is likely to succeedtrace to a manufacturer. There should be a compilation in book form that should contain the most famous brands. But give us a little more time and we'll see if we can't come up with an exact statement, both on the badge and on the book.
We promise to get back to you as soon as we know more.

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