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Le Creuset’s Massive Once-a-Year Factory Sale Just Dropped & Nearly Everything Is on Sale

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Owning Le Creuset cookware is like owning a piece of art. Aside from being one of Ina Garten’s favorite cookware brands, Le Creuset pieces are highly coveted, of the highest quality, and, well, they can be pricey. That’s why, when we spot a Le Creuset sale, we’re quick to shop them, whether the cookware is discounted at department stores or online retailers. Back once again, however, the mother of all Le Creuset sales is here — and it’s hosted by none other than the premium French cookware brand itself.

Since the introduction of its signature Flame color in 1925, Le Creuset has been known for high-quality, colorful cookware. The French brand’s early artisans transformed the industry by bringing bold, true color to the kitchen. That legacy continues nearly 100 years later: The brand now offers an unmatched range of vibrant hues and finishes on a spectrum of materials including the highly-durable, chip-resistant enameled cast iron its best known for, as well as stoneware, silicone, enamel on steel, and more.

Le Creuset’s biggest sale of the year, the Factory to Table Sale, boasts discounts of up to 40 percent off everything from the brand’s popular Dutch oven to more limited-edition, limited-quality products. While Le Creuset’s Factory to Table sales are traditionally in-person pop-up events that are so popular you need tickets to attend, the brand has made the event accessible to all for a limited time online. The sale only continues as long as supplies last. And yep, things are selling out fast, so if you see something you want, grab it while you can. (Note: All sales are final.)

Not sure where to start with so much fabulous cookware on sale? We’ve rounded up seven of our favorite Le Creuset options to get your started.

Classic Oval Dutch Oven—$115 Off

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Indispensable in the kitchens of home cooks and professional chefs alike, the everyday versatility of the Dutch oven makes it ideal for everything from slow-cooking and braising to roasting, baking, frying and more. The oval shape is particularly suited for larger cuts of meat, whole chickens and for baking oval-shaped loaves of bread. Tight-fitting lids are specially designed to circulate steam and return moisture back to the food, and ergonomic knobs and handles are designed for easy lifting.

Classic Oval Dutch Oven $265 Buy now Sign Up

Signature Roaster—$125 Off

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The excellent heat distribution of this versatile enameled cast iron Signature Roaster makes it ideal for roasting meats and vegetables, baking casseroles and desserts or making pan gravy on the stove. The elegant low-profile design is optimized for oven roasting, while the wide loop handles make it easy to transport from stove to oven to table.

Signature Roaster $190 Buy now Sign Up

Oblong Skillet Grill—$80 Off

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The Oblong Skillet Grill gives all the delicious flavor of an outdoor grill, with all the convenience of indoor cooking. High ridges allow excess fat and grease to drain, and spouts on two sides allow for drip-free pours.

Oblong Skillet Grill $120 Buy now Sign Up

Classic Stainless Steel Nonstick Fry Pans, Set of 2—$140 Off

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Le Creuset nonstick stainless steel fry pans offer superior control at every stage of preparation, with quick responsiveness to heat adjustments. Durable and versatile, tri-ply stainless steel is well-suited to both stovetop and oven use. The durable nonstick coating provides reliable food release, making cooking and cleanup fast and easy.

Classic Stainless Steel Nonstick Fry Pans, Set of 2 $175 Buy now Sign Up

Soup Pot With Glass Lid—$175 Off

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The Soup Pot with Glass Lid is the ideal vessel for soups, stews, one pot meals and more. Its sloped sides make stirring more efficient and effective by promoting continuous movement even with the lid in place, and the generous depth provides ample room for simmering without taking up additional stove space. Large loop handles are designed for easy lifting and provide a steady grip when transferring a full pot from stove to oven to table.

Soup Pot With Glass Lid $260 Buy now Sign Up

Square Cocotte With Lid—$125 Off

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The versatile and unique shape of the enameled cast iron Square Cocotte with Lid makes it ideal for roasting meats and vegetables, baking casseroles, one-pot meals and even desserts. The elegant low-profile design is optimized for oven roasting, while the wide loop handles make it easy to transport from stove to oven to table.

Square Cocotte With Lid $200 Buy now Sign Up

Moroccan Tagine—$80 Off

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The Moroccan tagine is the traditional cooking vessel of the slowly simmered, heavily seasoned cuisines of North Africa. The distinctive cone-shaped stoneware lid promotes natural steam circulation to keep beef, lamb and other meats perfectly tender and exceptionally flavorful. Specially formulated for higher surface temperature cooking, the black satin interior enamel develops a natural patina over time that is ideal for searing on the stovetop, and keeps food warm at the table.

Moroccan Tagine $175 Buy now Sign Up

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