1925. The year the first Le Creuset casserole was created at our foundry in the north of France, . The same foundry is still hand-crafting our enamelled cast iron cookware for you in much the same way today.Our cookware is synonymous with enduring quality, timeless style and great tasting food.
Le Creuset is recognised all over the world for market-leading, premium quality ranges of enamelled cast iron cookware, 3-ply stainless steel, toughened non-stick, stoneware and wine accessories. With innovation and unparalleled quality, its products are sold in more than 60 countries around the world.
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Stainless steel cookware is soulless no longer. Le Creuset combines the heritage of European craftsmanship, brilliant design and the passion of cooking in the exceptional Signature collection. Made in Europe from premium, professional-grade stainless steel, with a blend of metals which have a light-catching luster that reflects Le Creuset’s rainbow of colours.
Toughened Non-Stick is a sleek range of versatile non-stick pans perfect for everyday use. The tough non-stick surface and special hardened body create a durable and long-lasting pan which can be used on any type of hob, including induction.
If you are looking for a range that cooks and looks great, from the oven to the table, then Le Creuset Stoneware must be top of the list. The collection comes in vibrant colours that coordinate with Le Creuset cast iron cookware.
Whether you are experienced or baking for the very first time, the Non-Stick Bakeware range from Le Creuset will help you to enjoy the delights of home baking. Each tin has an ultra-smooth and slippery surface so that even the most delicate or sticky mixture slides out with ease.
Le Creuset’s heavy-gauge Enamel on Steel Stockpots are not only resistant to wear and damage, they are also designed for consistent performance on any type of stovetop. Each pot’s high profile design and tight-fitting lid create an environment that limits evaporation while infusing heated liquids through all layers of ingredients.