AGA Cookers

Britain’s Handcrafted AGA. History In The Making For Over 80 Years. Since the 1920s, the AGA has been a treasured possession in kitchens across Europe and throughout the world. Each Cooker is unique in its own fashion, cast in an historic foundry in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire. The deceptively simple AGA design and graceful styling has remained popular for more than eight decades. Renown for their longevity, the Hett family of Sussex, England are still using an AGA cooker that was installed in 1932. AGA cookers work as both a heat storage stove and a cooker, they have a continually-burning source, and the accumulated heat can then be used when needed for cooking. Ten essential functions can be done with one AGA cooker: It bakes, griddles, boils, stews, toasts, steams, broils, roasts, fries and simmers food to perfection.