Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Rustic Oven AD90 Wood Fired - Discontinued

Rustic Wood Fired AD90 Oven

This product has been discontinued and is no longer available. This page is for informational purposes only.

The Rustic AD90 Wood Fired Oven is perfect for a unique cooking experience.  The amazing taste of foods prepared in a Rustic Wood Fired Oven is unmatched!  Rustic Wood Fired Ovens can reach temperatures up to 1,000 degrees on the inside, but will remain cool to the touch on the outside, which makes this stove safe for the whole family.  In addition, these ovens retain heat for up to 24 hours, allowing you to cook all day after heating the stove up in the morning.  The Rustic AD90 Wood Fired Oven is practical and has both Mediterranean as well as Italian influences in the design.

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  • Cement/Clay Oven
  • Flue
  • Steel slab base (preassembled only)
  • Steel sub floor
  • 1 Pizza paddle
  • Refractory brick floor
  • 1 Recipe book
  • 1 Powder coated oven door
  • 1 Oven stand (preassembled only)
  • Assembly instructions



  • Efficient
  • Hot on the inside
  • Cool on the outside
  • Retains heat for up to 24 hours
  • Can reach temps of 1,000 degrees
  • Comes fully assembled OR as DIY kits


Just look at these mouth watering images below!




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