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The Kitchener Range (c. 1802) is a closed-top range patented by George Bodley, a Devon iron-founder. It had a cast-iron hotplate over the fire with removable boiling rings.

An image is available at . The second image is more common that the final one, having an oven only to one side. The term Kitchener appears to be applicable to either the single or double oven design.

A further claim, that the Kitchener range was designed by William Flavel in 1829 and lives on in the modern interpretation by Rangemaster who are still based at Flavels original foundry in Royal Leamington Spa, England.

It appears that the name is being re-used.


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