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Le Creuset: The Quintessential Heirloom Cookware

Dinner has never looked better. Splash a little color across your table with iconic Le Creuset cookware in a rainbow of splashy, signature colors. You know Le Creuset for their rustic-but-practical enameled cast iron cookware, and there’s so much more to explore by this French mainstay.

As one of the world’s most iconic kitchen brands, Le Creuset has been producing heirloom-grade enameled cast iron cookware for nearly a century. Splashing bright bursts of signature orange, red, green, purple and blue around the kitchen, Le Creuset offers quintessential pieces that effortlessly move from stovetop to oven to buffet, delighting pros and home chefs everywhere. The company was founded in Fresnoy-le-Grand, France with the debut of its first flame-colored cast iron cocotte in 1925. Four generations later, the company still crafts its cast iron cookware in its Fresnoy-le-Grand foundry using hand-finished sand-casting methods.





Cook, Bake, Chill and Serve with Le Creuset Cookware

Sur La Table is proud to offer an exceptional collection of Le Creuset cookware and bakeware to help ignite or grow your collection (because, trust us, it’s hard to own just one piece.). One of the exemplary pieces in the brand’s portfolio is the colorfully enameled cast iron Le Creuset Dutch oven. Explore an array of Le Creuset Dutch ovens in all the most coveted colors and sizes, from the classic petite cocottes (8 ounces) all the way up to the massive 13.25-quart Dutch ovens that are perfect for serving a crowd. For a versatile way to experience Le Creuset on the stovetop, consider one of their popular enameled steel stockpots, braisers, cast iron skillets or saucepans.

As Versatile as It Gets

One of the best things about Le Creuset cookware is that it can easily be transferred to the oven, making it quite the versatile cooking tool. Even some of the gorgeous and hard-wearing Le Creuset steel stockpots—many of which feature the brand’s signature enamel coating in inspiring hues—can go from stovetop to oven for the ultimate in cooking flexibility. If you’re like many loyal chefs and have trusted Le Creuset with your enamel cookware for decades, you may also want to consider making an investment into their stainless steel cookware for professional-grade performance with a classic, French twist.

Start your collection with enameled cast iron. Le Creuset stoneware is quite versatile, but nothing beats the multiuse potential of a classic Le Creuset Dutch oven. These heavy-lifters retain their value exceptionally well, too (not that you’d ever want to sell yours, of course).

Sur La Table is proud to offer a large array of options and colors in Le Creuset to suit your personality and preferences, and be sure to check back often for the best Le Creuset sales.