Sunday, October 18, 2009

AGA Rangemaster Cookers Go Dotty After 300 Years.

AGA goes dotty over new (limited edition) Emma Bridgewater model covered in brightly colored polka dots. It's a little too daring for my taste. I prefer neutral everything with my antiques providing color and contrast. What do you think of these wildly emblished stoves? I think this one costs around $10,000 in case you were thinking of placing an order.

Four leading personalities in the British Isles have given their take in a series of decorated cookers to celebrate AGA Rangemaster’s 300-year heritage.

Renowed pottery designer, Emma Bridgewater, has designed an iconic polka-dot AGA. Atomic Kitten singer, Natasha Hamilton, has embellished a Rangemaster cooker with cupcakes. Eco designer and TV presenter, Oliver Heath, has created a patchwork wood-burning Rayburn and Michelin-star winning chef, Nick Nairn, has designed a fabulous tartan Falcon cooker that signifies his Scottish roots.

I don't often do two posts in one day but I found these stoves so interesting, I just couldn't wait another day. Thanks for stopping by the cottage again. ♥Rosemary

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Tracy @ Comfort and Luxury said...

Oh, Rosemary! If I had that kind of cash to throw around, I would love a dotty range! I've long admired Emma Bridgewater's pottery (and did you know she's married to illustrator Matthew Rice?... it's just too much talent in one house!)and I think I really could live with that in my kitchen. I'd have to get it past my husband though. He's more a of giant industrial Wolf range guy... and does most of the cooking so I think his vote outweighs mine!

Sarah said...

Hi the dotty oven but I'll still stick with my stainless steal I think! But it is pretty cool and a bit of fun just like you! xxx

Sue said...

I thought the cupcake one was VERY cute-but I'm afraid I would grow even BIGGER, having that in my kitchen. The temptation to bake more often, well, I don't think my doctor would approve.

Gal Friday said...

I am a polka dot lover, but would not want them on my stove. Now, the plaid one, maybe....