Hand crafted and still made in Britain
The story of the AGA cooker is one of award-winning innovation and a proud heritage stretching back to 1922.
Today's AGA is made in exactly the same way as it always has been. Quite simply, molten iron is poured into moulds. It's this technique that gives the castings their characteristic surface – each one is unique – and sets the AGA apart from the ubiquitous mass-produced uniformity.
While most cookers are spray painted in minutes, the AGA cooker's multiple protective coats of gleaming vitreous enamel take three days to apply. It's this enamelling that helps ensure the working life of an AGA cooker is measured not in years but in decades.
Of course, the modern AGA also contains state-of-the-art technology and is subject to rigorous quality controls and adherence to the latest environmental standards.
Each part of an AGA cooker – and there are many – is meticulously inspected and colour checked before leaving our factory in Shropshire.
This is British manufacturing as it should be.
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