- Oven (selected model)
- Insulated inner and cast-iron outer doors
- Flue connector
- Oven vault thermometer
- Oven insulation both above and below the oven
- Delivery included to mainland Great Britain (excluding Highlands and Islands)
If you want an oven with a rustic feel and an attractive domed appearance, look no further than Four Grand-Mère’s ‘Campagnard’. Produced by a company which has specialised in the construction of wood-fired ovens for over thirty years, it combines a traditional shape with steel-fibre reinforced volcanic concrete and a design which utilises old-fashioned bricks and tiles. This Campagnard wood-fired oven can hold 3 or 4 pizzas or 5-6 1kg round loaves, and is suitable for cooking everything from bread and pizzas to meringues. The refractory, where the food is cooked, is surrounded by highly efficient insulating material to increase the substantial heat retention capabilities of the oven. Suitable for indoor or outdoor installation, the ‘Campagnard’ is a beautiful centre piece for any family home.
The Campagnard comes in 4 models, standard and raised height (+7.5cm), and volcanic concrete ("chamotte") or brick lined.
All models may be used for bread and pizzas. The raised height gives easier access to the rear of the oven and allows for roasting. The brick lining gives both an attractive finish to the inside of the oven and exceptional heat distribution.
We chose to keep Four Grand-Mère ovens after installing one and living with it at home for a couple of years, so that we really understood how to get the best from these high-end ovens. Read about Patrick's experience here.
See the FAQs and downloadable documents for the oven brochure, technical details, delivery details and information on the assembly and use of the oven.
Included as standard:
We can supply your flue assembly too, from powder-coated to insulated stainless steel at very competitive prices. For any enquiries on this or anything else including delivery to areas outside mainland GB, please contact us or request a quotation using the quotation button.
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