A tiny bit of Italy, straight into your home! Lofra´s bestseller Dolce Vita, from their Premium Collection, has now arrived as a smaller model. With 4 gas burners, a gas oven and beautiful brass details, you receive a stylish cooker that lifts your entire kitchen! Perfect for those who want to cook with gas for the sake of taste or who simply have limited access to electricity.
Dolce Vita is a tribute to 50 years of stove design, a masterpiece from north Italy! Tradition, combined with the best technology, provides a world class stove.
Optional Note! This cooker is delivered without a plinth. Here you can add the matching plinth to this cooker.
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Tempered glass (main oven)
Removable glass (main oven)
Rotisserie (main oven)
Approved for the gas types
G20 | G30
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Oven features (main oven)
Lighting | Bottom heat | Grill | Grill + fan | Fan + bottom heat | Grill/rotating spit roaster
Lofra was founded in 1956 by the Lovato brothers, who recycled war material to produce stainless steel gas stoves for household use during the post-war period. In the 80's, production took off when their sons took over the company. The sons invested in product development and became one of the leading stove manufacturers in Italy. In those days, as is the case today, production took place just outside Venice in the small village of Torreglia in northern Italy. The stoves are manufactured by hand with well-chosen materials. When you combine a long tradition, a deep love for cooking and cutting edge technology, the result is a world-class stove.
Today we offer everything from Lofra, from luxurious stoves to a full kitchen suite with a stove, splash cover, fan, dishwasher and refrigerator. Lofra stoves are characterised by their Italian design and are available in anything from 60 to 150 centimetres wide, in a variety of colours and details. Choose from gas, induction or ceramic hob as well as a varying number of ovens. Lofra - a little bit of Italy in your kitchen!
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