Le Creuset® Caribbean Round French Ovens
Available in a wide range of Le Creuset’s vibrant glazes, these ovens add a touch of classic French beauty to any kitchen or tabletop. Unmatched versatility, superior cooking performance and heirloom quality will keep you reaching for them for years to come.
- Manufacturer: Le Creuset
- Material: Enameled cast iron
- Care: Dishwasher safe. Hand washing recommended
- Use: Oven safe to 480°
- Capacity: 2 qt.; 4½ qt.; 3½ qt.; 5½ qt.
- Dimensions: 2 qt.: 7¼" x 3½"; 3½ qt.: 8¾" x 4"; 4 ½ qt.: 9½" x 4½"; 5½ qt. 10¼" x 4½"
- Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
- Made in France
- Sand-cast ovens are painstakingly polished and finished by hand, then sprayed with two coats of enamel and fired twice for an extremely durable and attractive finish
- Colorful exterior enamel is chip, crack and stain resistant, while the interior enamel is engineered to resist staining and dulling
- Light interior enamel makes it easy to monitor cooking foods
- Enameled cast iron provides even heat distribution and superior heat retention
- Suitable for all heat sources (induction, gas, electric and halogen as well as oven cooking)
- Lid stays securely in place to lock in moisture and flavor
- Timeless Le Creuset beauty for oven-to-table presentation
The rigorous process starts with molten iron being sand cast from a single mold that’s destroyed after use, explaining why no two pieces are identical. Pots, pans and accessories are then painstakingly polished and finished by hand, sprayed with two coats of enamel and fired twice. No other procedure yields cookware that so evenly conducts and retains heat, making Le Creuset cast iron second to none for slow cooking.
Le Creuset’s signature color, Flame, was created to reflect the intense orange hue of molten cast iron inside a cauldron (“creuset” in French). In the company’s early years, this vibrant shade offered a refreshing color choice within a sea of gray. Carrying on the tradition, Le Creuset features a wide range of vibrant colors to complement any kitchen décor.
In 1995 Le Creuset began expanding into new categories: stainless steel, stoneware, silicone, enamel on steel, textiles and forged hard-anodized aluminum. Although some production processes have been modernized, you can be sure the handmade qualities of Le Creuset cookware remain unchanged. The company still manufactures their cast iron cookware in the original foundry, with each piece passing through the hands of 15 skilled artisans to ensure flawless perfection.
With the consistent qualities of authenticity, originality and innovation, Le Creuset maintains a connection to both heritage and modernity.