AGA Australia

AGA Australia

1709 was the year at AGA’s foundry in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, when Abraham Darby first smelted iron ore with coke – primarily to make cast-iron cooking pots and the innovation triggered the entire Industrial Revolution – hence the foundry is globally acknowledged to be the birthplace of industry. The Group has made cooking pots there for 300 years, progressing into the production of solid fuel fires and cast-iron ranges. The tradition continued after the Second World War with the introduction of the famous AGA and Rayburn cookers, which are only made at Coalbrookdale for both UK and export markets.

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