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Appliances: Mercury Ranges from the UK

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Appliances: Mercury Ranges from the UK

January 25, 2011

Last week, a reader enthused about her Fratelli Onofri range from Italy (see Appliances: Fratelli Onofri Ranges from Italy); this week, a reader in the UK wrote, “There is nothing better than the Mercury line of ranges; they’re the only true minimalist domestic range. They are extremely well made; everything—including the knobs—is heavy duty and functions perfectly. They are brilliantly insulated and cook to perfection. Plus, they are a British company, which I’m proud of, as we don’t make much any more.” Go to Mercury to see the full line.

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mercury range in situ

Above: The Mercury 1000 range is available in an array of colors, including blueberry (shown above), as well as stainless steel.

Appliances Mercury Ranges from the UK portrait 4

Above: The Mercury features a sleek profile combined with a vaguely retro look (note the chrome letters spelling the company name at the bottom).

Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose your kitchen range or oven in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Kitchen Ranges & Ovens.

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