Le Creuset Deals, Specials & Catalogues
Le Creuset Specials
Terrific Tuesday: Save 30% on Le Creuset's 26cm Heritage Rectangular Dish with Divider. Your new kitchen go-to! Bake vegetables on one side and simple casseroles or desserts on the other.
Offer valid today only, shop in store or online: https://t.co/kuwFLF4kvc
📸: Ibtesam Essa pic.twitter.com/TchAJ6SKy3
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Terrific Tuesday: Save 40% on the Stoneware Star Platter. ⭐ Ideal for serving up delicious snacks and nibbles, the 36cm Star Platter is sure to be the star of the show at your next get-together!
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Terrific Tuesday: Purchase 4 Tea Mugs for the special price of R599! Ideal for tea lovers, this elegant mug is the perfect addition to your collection and also makes a colourful gift.
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Our fast-heating and induction-friendly 3-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is perfect for everyday use and suitable for a variety of recipes. Save 30% on selected items for a limited time. Shop in store and online: https://t.co/O4MaUuo2bD pic.twitter.com/UU7PZvLyS9
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) July 26, 2021
Hearty casseroles, slow-cooked roasts, and simmering soups – Le Creuset’s Winter Warmer Set features all the essentials to enjoy comfort food at its best. Save R1000 on the set for a limited time, shop in store or online now: https://t.co/XP4OolCnTR pic.twitter.com/ECtUruCUOH
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Terrific Tuesday: Save 40% on the Medium Storage Jar. Ideal for storing all sorts of pantry essentials, this stackable storage jar keeps ingredients fresh and adds a pop of colour to your shelves.
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) August 17, 2021
Terrific Tuesday: Save 30% on the 26cm Toughened Non-Stick Square Roaster. An everyday essential perfect for roasting, baking, and poaching. Offer valid today only or while stocks last. Shop in store and online: https://t.co/fdGVtX83me pic.twitter.com/upglqfJBYN
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) July 27, 2021
Shop the Annual Sale and save 30% on selected Le Creuset favourites including cast iron cookware, oven-to-table stoneware and more. 🛍️ Shop in store or online (link in bio) until 15th August and while stocks last: https://t.co/kQSWcErT6T pic.twitter.com/5C5HqOWptZ
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) July 16, 2021
The ultimate dish for comfort food favourites! Save 25% on the NEW Stoneware Lasagne Dish, now available in Meringue. Tap the link to shop: https://t.co/4RtZJW6dIM
📸Head over to Ibtesam Essa's Instagram page for this delicious Baby Marrow Lasagne recipe. pic.twitter.com/1D7zaUek9o
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) July 10, 2021
A manufacturer best-known for its range of colourful cast-iron cookware.
Le Creuset’s enamel-coated cookware is known the world over for its bright colours and durability. The company was founded by Armand Desaegher and Octave Aubecq, who produced their first cocotte (French oven) from their foundry, located in the town of Fresnoy-Le-Grand, a small town in France. The pot was made in an orange colour, which they appropriately called Flame, that was to become synonymous with the Le Creuset brand. The company continued to produce a range of cookware before shutting down the factory during World War 2. Armand and Octave spent the time refining their product, and by the end of the war, production resumed with a range of new colours hitting the market. By 1952, Le Creuset cookware was being exported to other European markets as well as to the US. Throughout the 1960s, Le Creuset continued to innovate, launching its Doufeu and Coquelle ranges, with the latter designed by the renowned Franco-American designer, Raymond Loewy. In 1966, the company’s manual casting workshop was replaced with semi-automatic machinery in an effort to modernise its production facilities
By the 1980s, Le Creuset was widely considered to be one of the finest products to be exported from France. The company broadened its product range by acquiring Hallen International Inc., a company that manufactured wine accessories. In 1988, the company was acquired by South African-born Paul Van Zuydam, who relocated its headquarters to Lugano, Switzerland. The company established its South African subsidiary in 1999 and currently has 34 stores nationwide adding to its tally of over 480 outlets globally. The brand’s products are also listed in major department stores. Le Creuset’s cast iron products are still a major contributor to the company, accounting for approximately 50% of the company’s sales. All the cast iron pots are still made in and exported from the company’s production facilities in Fresnoy-Le-Grand.
Le Creuset’s cast iron casseroles featured prominently in the movie Julie & Julia, starring Meryl Streep as world-famous chef, Julia Child