The Aga cooker – beloved of housewives throughout Britain.

The first solid-fuel Aga cooker featuring a black top with white front
panels was introduced to Britain under licence from Aga in Sweden in
The popularity of the cooker with the owners of medium-sized and large country houses led to the term “Aga Saga” being coined.

The Aga is known for its longevity, with many cookers still operating
after more than 50 years. In 2009, in conjunction with the Daily
Telegraph and to celebrate the 300th anniversary of its foundry, AGA set
up a competition to find the oldest cooker still in use. There were
thousands of entries, but the winning cooker was installed in 1932 and
belonged to the Hett family from Sussex.

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