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The timeless beauty of enameled cast iron meets a host of cook-friendly features in a French-made collection with a worldwide reputation for quality since 1974.
Top-Notch Cookware Sets

Take your cooking to the next level with Staub cast iron cookware from Sur La Table. These pots, pans, griddles and more are made with enameled cast iron, making them some of the most durable cookware options for any kitchen. Perfect for the home cook, these cast iron pans by Staub feature an amazing reputation for quality and performance. Upgrade your cooking instantly by choosing from this collection of Staub cookware on our site.

The Cast Iron Difference

What makes cooking in cast iron so special? There a number of reasons, and Staub has mastered all of them. First, cast iron maintains heat better than traditional pans and works better for high-heat applications like searing. In addition, cast iron is the most durable cookware material out there. When you purchase a Staub Dutch oven (also known as a cocotte) or another piece of this brand’s cookware, you could be cooking with it for decades. It’s one of the best investments for your kitchen, even with its affordable price.



Staub’s Superior Designs

There are plenty of cast iron cookware options out there, but Staub is one of the top-rated brands for a reason. In addition to making incredibly durable, high-performing products, Staub also produces cookware that’s superior in style. Unlike many cast iron pans and pots, Staub cookware feature attractive designs and often come in a variety of beautiful colors—so they’re great for serving, too. Set your kitchen up for cooking success by choosing from this selection of Staub cookware at Sur La Table.

Is Staub French or German?

Staub is a premium French cookware and bakeware brand. The company was founded in Alsace, France by Francis Staub in 1974.

Is Staub Owned by Zwilling?

In June 2008, Staub was acquired by Zwilling J. A. Henckels, a German kitchenware manufacturer. However, Staub remains an independent brand.

Where Is Staub Made?

The Staub foundry in Northern France produces unique, beautiful cast iron pieces designed to last a lifetime. Located in Merville just a few hours north of Paris, this foundry is the site where important steps like melting, tooling, casting, blasting, grinding, glazing and firing take place. One cocotte takes about one week to make, with over 20 people touching it along the way.

Where Is Staub Made?

The Staub foundry in Northern France produces unique, beautiful cast iron pieces designed to last a lifetime. Located in Merville just a few hours north of Paris, this foundry is the site where important steps like melting, tooling, casting, blasting, grinding, glazing and firing take place. One cocotte takes about one week to make, with over 20 people touching it along the way.

Is Staub Enameled?

Staub cookware and bakeware feature a durable matte-enamel finish won't discolor, rust, scratch or chip. These enameled pieces are compatible with all heat sources and are great for making all kinds of delicious meals, including soups, stews, casseroles, braises and roasts.

Does Staub Cast Iron Need to Be Seasoned?

Staub cast iron never requires any seasoning. The enameled finish creates a naturally nonstick surface. This makes Staub pieces easier to cook with and clean compared to bare cast iron.

Does Staub Go on Sale?

Staub products go on sale frequently, offering the chance to save on high-quality, durable cookware and bakeware. At Sur La Table, we typically feature a number of Staub products on sale. New items are always being added to our sale selection frequently, so you can check back regularly to see what's currently available at a discounted price.

How Do You Season a Staub?

No seasoning is required when using Staub enameled cast iron pieces, which feature a naturally nonstick surface. Staub cookware and bakeware is easy to clean and, when used according to instructions, won't have issues with food sticking to the surface.

Does Staub Have a Lifetime Warranty?

Staub has a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or issues resulting from improper use or accidents. To keep Staub cookware and bakeware in good shape, follow all user instructions, including using silicone or wooden tools and utensils rather than those made of metal.