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UK Architectural Antiques. Suppliers of cast iron radiators and interiors

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Antique Cast Iron Alfred Hunt Baking Engineer Leicester Oven Doors

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Showing all Three Doors Open
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UKAA Have For Sale Alfred Hunt Baking Engineer Oven Doors
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Original Alfred Hunt Bakers Oven Doors
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Showing These Alfred Hunt Oven Doors In a Old Bake House

Antique Cast Iron Alfred Hunt Baking Engineer Leicester Oven Doors

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

Ref: 8202

  • Antique Cast Iron Oven Doors Alfred Hunt Baking Engineer Leicester.
  • This is a very rare oportunity to own this iconic item that is complete.
  • Made by Alfred Hunt Baking Engineers Leicester.
  • Totally original item Circa 1870.
  • This measures: 86 ½" Tall x 44 ½" Wide (Max).
  • There are 2 x top wall fixing points.
  • The last photo shows one of these oven doors.
  • We have seen these used for laundry chute openings.
  • We believe that Alfred Hunts built the ovens for the Titanic and its sister ship Lucitania as well as HMS Hood.
  • This has been fully restored at UKAA.
  • You will get a free tube of fire grate polish.

If you have an item similar to this one that you would like to sell, email us directly via

At UK Architectural Antiques we are always looking for new items to buy.

Our buyer is not office based - please note our sales staff cannot provided telephone valuations.

Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision without physically seeing the items.

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