Le Creuset Cookware
Le Creuset (French meaning "the cauldron") A French cookware manufacturer best known for its colorfully-enameled cast-iron cookware
Le Creuset was founded in the French town of Fresnoy-le-Grand, Aisne, Picardy, a strategic location at the crossroads of transportation routes for iron, coke and sand. Armand Desaegher (a casting specialist) and Octave Aubecq (an enameling specialist) opened their foundry in 1925. Le Creuset Cookware is made in cast iron.