Nineteen Sixties: AGA cookers add more colour
The times they are a-changing. The 1960s saw a decline in the use of solid fuel and the move to more convenient energy sources, such as gas.
The first oil-fired cooker was introduced in 1964, followed by the launch of the first gas model in 1968. These products were the first to use the iconic black lozenge logo – which is still used to this day. In 1968, reflecting fashions of the time, the AGA colour palette was further extended to include dark blue, red, yellow and black.