Gas cooker designed by Alfred King
Gas cooker with hotplate comprising three concentric aerated drilled-tube burners and a false oven, by Alfred King, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, 1859. This cooker was designed by Alfred King for installation in 148 Piccadilly, London, the home of Lionel Nathan Rothschild.
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