The Aga stove is a bit of a British institution, first indroduced to Old Blighty in 1929. It was a technological marvel of its time, cutting out a lot of the hard work of cooking for the women of the day; in fact, the creator of the original Aga - Dr Gustaf Dalen - was inspired to create a stove capable of "every culinary technique" because his wife was so exhausted by cooking tasks!
Nowadays, they're seen as a little less eco-friendly (although they can be used as a stove and central heating unit) and they're an absolute gem of vintage decor loveliness for your kitchen. This particular version is a twist on the classic Aga, with the delightful polkadot design , which was created by British homewares designer, Emma Bridgewater. Feminine and just a little bit of fun, I'd love to have one of these in my kitchen!
[Thanks to Keris for alerting me to its existence!]