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Le Creuset ® Signature 3.5 qt. Wide Round Ink French Oven with Lid

Le Creuset ® Signature 3.5 qt. Wide Round Ink French Oven with Lid
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SKU: 665444

$169.95 sugg. $260.00

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Revered by both professional chefs and home cooks since its 1925 debut, Le Creuset's classic French cookware is prized for its utilitarian good looks and unsurpassed heat retention. In a deep shade of inky blue you'll find only at Crate and Barrel, our cast iron cookware is clad in smooth, vitrified porcleain, rendering each piece impervious to acid, alkali, odors and stains. Non-reactive cooking surface does not require seasoning. Compatible with all types of heat sources, from gas and electric stoves, to ceramic and glass cooktops, to induction and halogen—even solid fuel and open fire. Le Creuset cookware is also available in cherry and our exclusive shade of cream.

More Le Creuset colors and items available via special order. Please contact your local store.

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