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The first one was designed by an enterprising Englishman named Abraham Darby the Elder whose immediate descendants played key roles in the Industrial Revolution. In , Darby visited Holland and noticed how the Dutch used sand rather than loam or clay to cast brass vessels.


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He decided to apply the same technique to a cheaper, but equally resilient and practical material — higher carbon iron. This made it hugely popular in Europe and Colonial homes in the US. With the invention of the stovetop, vessels could have flat bottoms, placed directly on an indoor flame without threatening to extinguish it, so the Dutch oven could now lose its feet and arced hanger. By the s, metal vessels in Germany were being lined on the inside with enamel for practical reasons — to prevent rust, or to avoid off flavours that often come from cooking in iron or copper.

By the s, the idea had caught on in American foundries. While volcanic orange-red is still the most recognised colour for Le Creuset — production line workers at the still-active Fresnoy-le-Grand foundry wear T-shirts of the colour, as seen in this stunning photo essay in The Guardian — its cylindrical, straight-walled, lidded saucepan has become an icon of kitchen design, proving that high form and high function can co-exist without conflict. Each piece is quality-checked by 15 people for flaws — any piece that is even slightly flawed is re-melted.

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Le Creuset now sells its enamelware in about colours , and favourites differ by country — France loves the original flame hue, Japan loves pastels, and Americans like primary colours. While it is known for its efficacy in searing and braising, the cocotte works just as well as a vessel to roast, bake, fry or boil.

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Marilyn Monroe was a fan of the since discontinued Elysees Yellow colour. In the US, a standard 4. Darby with his patent application pitch stating cheapnesse for the poore might roll his eyes, but for Le Creuset cocotte obsessives around the world, the price tag hardly matters. She's crazy about obscure ingredients, and she always knows where to go back for seconds. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter at roshnibajaj. He draws as a way of understanding his surroundings better.


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Remember me Forgot Password? Join our community of curious readers and seekers of good design. Password Strength Very Weak. I accept the Terms of Service. Remember me. Login Enter your email address and password to login. Enter your email address and password to login. The first one was designed by an enterprising Englishman named Abraham Darby the Elder whose immediate descendants played key roles in the Industrial Revolution.

In , Darby visited Holland and noticed how the Dutch used sand rather than loam or clay to cast brass vessels. He decided to apply the same technique to a cheaper, but equally resilient and practical material — higher carbon iron. This made it hugely popular in Europe and Colonial homes in the US. With the invention of the stovetop, vessels could have flat bottoms, placed directly on an indoor flame without threatening to extinguish it, so the Dutch oven could now lose its feet and arced hanger. By the s, metal vessels in Germany were being lined on the inside with enamel for practical reasons — to prevent rust, or to avoid off flavours that often come from cooking in iron or copper.

By the s, the idea had caught on in American foundries. While volcanic orange-red is still the most recognised colour for Le Creuset — production line workers at the still-active Fresnoy-le-Grand foundry wear T-shirts of the colour, as seen in this stunning photo essay in The Guardian — its cylindrical, straight-walled, lidded saucepan has become an icon of kitchen design, proving that high form and high function can co-exist without conflict. Each piece is quality-checked by 15 people for flaws — any piece that is even slightly flawed is re-melted. Le Creuset now sells its enamelware in about colours , and favourites differ by country — France loves the original flame hue, Japan loves pastels, and Americans like primary colours.

While it is known for its efficacy in searing and braising, the cocotte works just as well as a vessel to roast, bake, fry or boil. Marilyn Monroe was a fan of the since discontinued Elysees Yellow colour. In the US, a standard 4.

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Darby with his patent application pitch stating cheapnesse for the poore might roll his eyes, but for Le Creuset cocotte obsessives around the world, the price tag hardly matters. She's crazy about obscure ingredients, and she always knows where to go back for seconds. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter at roshnibajaj. He draws as a way of understanding his surroundings better. Welcome back!

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