Oliver Osborne cooking in kitchen of
Henley cottage, Acton Scott Estate, Shropshire.

It was some years ago now that I first came across a huge Gold Medal Eagle Range in a disused kitchen basement.  I was already well versed in ironwork, light engineering and restoration but this appliance captivated my interest.

Since then, I have been captivated by the myriad of ranges and stoves that were manufactured in this country, from their conception in the late 18thcentury to present day. I have restored hundreds of ranges and stoves, from as small as a flower pot to apparatus 20ft wide.

I established this company to provide a specialist service that could preserve antique ranges and stoves with the skills and respect they require to keep them safely working for the next generations.   We care deeply about the history of our trade and the men and women who not only manufactured these ranges, but also spent their lives toiling in front of them. We are determined to conserve both the engineering and the human history inherent in these fascinating apparatus.

As well as our private, heritage and museum work we can also provide services to television, film and theatre industries.

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Oliver Osborne cooking in kitchen of
Henley cottage, Acton Scott Estate, Shropshire.

It was some years ago now that I first came across a huge Gold Medal Eagle Range in a disused kitchen basement.  I was already well versed in ironwork, light engineering and restoration but this appliance captivated my interest.

Since then, I have been captivated by the myriad of ranges and stoves that were manufactured in this country, from their conception in the late 18thcentury to present day. I have restored hundreds of ranges and stoves, from as small as a flower pot to apparatus 20ft wide.

I established this company to provide a specialist service that could preserve antique ranges and stoves with the skills and respect they require to keep them safely working for the next generations.   We care deeply about the history of our trade and the men and women who not only manufactured these ranges, but also spent their lives toiling in front of them. We are determined to conserve both the engineering and the human history inherent in these fascinating apparatus.

As well as our private, heritage and museum work we can also provide services to television, film and theatre industries.