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- Unique 1950s style single-door refrigerator hand-painted with "The Moors", by Michelangelo Lacagnina, in partnership with Dolce & Gabbana.
- The Moorish heads of Caltagirone, ceramic sculptures that depict the faces of Saracens, are the source of inspiration for this refrigerator. The Saracens dominated Sicily in the 9th and 10th centuries, profoundly influencing the culture and history of the island. The main protagonists are two Moorish warriors, painted on the front panel engaged in a duel with daggers, while the lower part of the side panels feature ceramic vases framed by Sicilian vegetation. In the upper part are the helmets worn by warriors. The top is adorned by a reinterpretation of a Saracen shield.
- Stainless steel/PMMA/aluminum/polystyrene/glass/plastic.
- 27.5"W x 23.6"D x 57.5"T.
- Made in Italy.
The refrigerator compartment has automatic defrosting. During normal operation of the refrigerator, frost forms on its back wall when the compressor is working and dissolves when it is not in operation. When the compressor is not working, the frost which has built up on the back wall melts and the water flows into the opening provided in the bottom of the body of the refrigerator. From here, it flows into the tray on the compressor, where it evaporates.
The freezer compartment has to be defrosted manually. When the thickness of frost or ice on the shelves exceeds 0.75" or 2 cm, the freezer should be defrosted. A few hours before defrosting, use the knob provided to set the thermostat on 7 in order to further lower the temperature of the frozen foods. Then turn the knob to the 0 (STOP) setting and disconnect the plug from the electrical mains. Remove the frozen foods from the freezer compartment and protect them from thawing while cleaning. Place a container underneath the pipe to collect the defrosted water.
Clean both refrigerator and freezer compartment about once a month to prevent odors from building up.