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    Posted 13 years ago

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    This is the Wedgewood oven that has been in my house since long before I started renting it (8.5 years ago). It technically belongs to my landlord, not me. I believe this house was built in the 1940s, but I'm not sure how long the oven has been there. It still works perfectly. One of the knobs broke, and won't turn, so we took it off the built-in griddle, which we don't use.

    Does anyone know anything about this Wedgewood model? How old it is? I'm curious.

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    1. SuperSLO SuperSLO, 13 years ago
      I live in California, and came across one almost like this one. It had red knobs and accessories, and I actually found another one at a salvage yard in this town, which is in the middle of nowhere!!! I was able to rebuild it, and we had it in use in the 'colony' home we owned at the time. We left it with the home when we sold in 1995. I'm pretty sure they were a 1950's model. We saw the exact same stove in a tv show 'kitchen' once, but it didn't have the red knobs.

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