From teapots to Dutch ovens and butter dishes, Le Creuset will meet all your kitchenware needs. In 1925, Belgian industrialists Armand De Saegher and Octave Aubecq founded the brand in Fresnoy-le-Grand, a French commune situated at the crossroads of crucial cookware raw materials: metal, coal, and sand. The brand created its first flame-colored enameled cast iron oven and the rest is history. To this day, Le Creuset’s most popular products are made of enameled cast iron, but the brand also offers kitchenware and tableware made of stainless steel, stoneware, silicone, textiles and hard-anodized aluminum. Because of their exceptional high-quality and vivid colors, these pots and pans are often handed down from one generation to the next. Even though the brand is almost 100 years old, it never feels irrelevant thanks to its numerous collaborations with many popular artists and designers like Enzo Mari, or pop culture references like Harry Potter and Major League Baseball™. Try out a homemade bread recipe with a Dutch oven, let your favorite coffee brew in a minimalist French press or serve dinner in vibrant dinnerware with Le Creuset.