The stove pot is a special purpose vessel designed to be inserted into the walls of a heating structure to conduct and distribute heat. This type of pottery is widespread in eastern France and in countries of Germanic culture. The Beauvais corpus contains 396 pots discovered to date, spread over a chronological period from the 12th to the early 14th century. These are probably local productions The majority of these pots were found on operations within the 14th-century city walls. Almost all of them come from privileged settlements. The pots discovered outside the city belong rather to religious sites. This distribution testifies to the use of this heating method as an element of comfort linked to a certain social ease.