Installing an AGA cooker in any kitchen space elevates not only the look of the room, but also its value.
From the stunning vitreous enamel finish to its nostalgic lines, an AGA cooker teams iconic good looks with a proud British heritage.
The manufacturing process has evolved over a century, after the first AGA cooker was invented by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Dr Gustaf Dalen. Molten iron is poured into moulds and every cast is hand-dressed, then heat-treated to 800°C and shot-blasted clean. To finish, each AGA cooker is coated in a gleaming vitreous enamel finish.
What has also evolved, in line with AGA’s increasing desirability, is the choice of cooker colours. Now style makers and cake bakers can choose from 16 beautiful shades, from dark blue to pewter to cream, with the choice of matching cast-iron lids.
It is differences like these that set the AGA apart from the uniformity of mass-produced cookers and places it in a class of its own. It’s no surprise, then, that AGA cookers are the choice of many interior designers and home renovators.
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