Le Creuset Lands at Arighi Bianchi
Iconic cookware brand, Le Creuset, has landed online and in store at Arighi Bianchi.
Guaranteed to brighten up any kitchen, Le Creuset is the original in colourful cookware that has been a favourite with food lovers for generations.
Joining our line up of designer home accessories, our Le Creuset collection has everything you need to bring those bright finishing touches to your kitchen – from mugs and egg cups to classic casserole dishes, all in Le Creuset’s signature colours.
Some of our favourite pieces include …
Large enough to roast a whole leg of lamb, this vivid yellow oval casserole dish is a kitchen staple. The on trend hue is bright enough to cheer up the gloomiest of winter days, whilst the versatile dish is perfect for cooking up warming stews, casseroles and classic one-pot dishes.
These rainbow brights are guaranteed to raise a smile. With six glorious colours to choose from, breakfast will never be dull again.
Elevate your morning slice of toast with this bright and sunny butter dish. Perfect for storing in the fridge or pantry, in the summer the stoneware will retain cooler temperatures for longer to keep your butter firm.
The perfect kitchen helper – this spatula set will soon be the cook’s best friend. With Le Creuset’s guaranteed quality, the pure premium silicone protects your non-stick pots and pans, while the wooden handle is touchable for longer. And when you have finished cooking just remove the head in an instant for easy cleaning.
Le Creuset’s heritage dates back nearly 100 years, but did you know …
The first Le Creuset prototype was created in 1925 by Belgian industrialists Armand Desaegher and Octave Aubecq who discovered how to enamel cast iron. They set up a foundry two hours north of Paris and the rest is history. Today the cookware is still made in the original foundry in France.
Their first enamel colour – Volcanic - was inspired by the fiery orange colour of molten cast iron inside the foundry moulds, it remains Le Creuset’s signature hue today.
In the 1960’s Le Creuset's Elysee Yellow was launched. Marilyn Monroe was a huge fan and in 1999, her yellow Le Creuset collection was auctioned off at Christies for $25,300.
Today Le Creuset’s cast iron casseroles have had nearly 100 years of refinement. They come with a lifetime guarantee and are designed to be past down by generations.