Founded in Aisne, France in 1925, has popularized the idea that every good cook "should know a little French." Their cocottes and dutch ovens are as coveted status items as much as they are quality cooking tools.
The company was started by casting specialist Armand Desaegher and enameling specialist Octave Aubecq, who met at the Brussels Fair in 1924. The goods are still hand-crafted today using the original forging and casting process.
Volcanic — a bright orange — is the company's signature color, but Le Creuset started making products that reflected all the trends, colors, and themes of the world in the '90s.
To help you achieve ultimate kitchen goals, we rounded up some of our favorite special editions and new releases from .
It can always be spring in your kitchen with these flower cocottes.
To celebrate the beloved character created by Walt Disney in 1928, created this adorable dutch oven stamped with Mickey Mouse symbols.
For a particularly challenging dish, it helps to have a lucky clover.
The Provence shade, released by the brand earlier this year, recalls the dreamy lavender fields of southern France.
They call it "Sugar Pink." We call it millennial pink.
$149.95 – $199.95
Major heart eye emoji moment.
The golden knob of this Disney collection piece says it all.
We are thoroughly charmed by the vintage botanical pattern of hand-appliquéd berries on the limited edition dutch oven.
It won't make your food poisonous! We swear!
These pieces are adorned with cherry blossom to celebrate Le Creuset's 25 years in Japan.
An apple pie shaped like an apple is the perfect way to flex at the summer BBQ.