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Meet Our Vast Array of Colors

It’s hard to believe, but there was a time when there was no such thing as color in the kitchen. Cookware came in two shades: black or white. But then a crazy thing happened when Le Creuset pioneered the practice of developing bold, distinctive hues, starting with our timeless original, Flame. Ever since, we’ve been leading the industry we created by introducing the most covetable, collectible, food-complementing colors available — the results of which are below.

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    Cherry

    Our most popular since its introduction, this soulful red embodies the passionate spirit that goes into our best-loved recipes.

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    Marseille

    The pleasant blue of MARSEILLE consists of graduated tones, from the delicate hue of the water that reaches the sands, to the deeper blue of the Mediterranean Sea.

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    Flame

    The original since the brand’s inception in 1925, this fiery orange is inspired by the molten cast iron created in the production process.

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    Caribbean

    Vibrant and tropical, this island-inspired blue radiates an endless summer state of mind.

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    Dune

    The natural tone of this elegant neutral allows the distinctive colors of market ingredients to come forward.

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    Soleil

    SOLEIL draws on the sun-filled spirit of late afternoon gatherings in the southeastern French countryside.

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    Palm

    Le Creuset’s fresh new hue is inspired by the lush, luxurious fringe of green that divides land and sea.

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    Cassis

    Named for the sweet black currant, a popular flavor in French cuisine, this bold purple captures the essence of wild fruit.

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