The vibrant palette of Le Creuset dinnerware brightens every meal. Crafted for people who love to cook, eat and entertain, this range of sturdy stoneware plates and bowls is designed to stay beautiful through daily use. Each piece of Le Creuset dinnerware is crafted with the same attention to detail as our enamelled cast iron. Stoneware is first fired at high temperatures to create a dense, durable material that withstands constant heating and cooling over time. A scratch-resistant glaze is then applied for easy cleaning and long-lasting performance.
Vibrant glaze resists chips, scratches and stains
Nearly-nonstick glaze easily releases foods for quick clean-up
Non-porous stoneware blocks moisture absorption for exceptional strength
Superior heat retention keeps food warm at the table while serving
Please note: We carry the Sage, White, Marine & Cerise dinnerware in store. Any orders we receive that include Marseille Blue, Volcanic and Flint will need to be ordered from our supplier, please allow 5-7days for delivery accordingly.
Broiler, Microwave, Oven.
Use & Care
All items in the Le Creuset stoneware range are original designs and have been hand-crafted, making each piece unique. Due to this uniqueness, there may be slight variations from piece to piece.
Le Creuset Stoneware is safe for use in the microwave, freezer, refrigerator, dishwasher, oven and broiler. The maximum oven-safe temperature is 500°F / 260°C.
The enameled surface is easy to clean and scratch-resistant. The enamel is completely hygienic and will not absorb odors or flavors. Le Creuset Stoneware is extremely strong and durable, and resists staining, chipping and cracking. The handles, knobs and rims have been designed for a secure, easy-to-hold grip.
CLEANING AND CARE
DO NOT use any Stoneware piece on the stovetop or any other direct heat source.
OVEN: Maximum oven-safe temperature is 500°F / 260°C. Use oven mitts for lifting at all times.
BROILER: When using under a broiler allow a gap of no less than 2 ½ inches between the rim of the dish and the heat source.
MICROWAVE: Handles may become hot during prolonged microwave use, especially if the handles are enclosed with plastic wrap. Cover just the open top of the dish, leaving the handles exposed.
FREEZER-TO-OVEN USE: Do not place a frozen dish of food in a preheated oven. Place the frozen dish in a cold oven and set the temperature, allowing the dish and oven to heat together. Before serving always check that the center of the food is completely and uniformly hot.
CLEANING: Before the first use, wash the dish in hot, soapy water, and rinse and dry thoroughly. For most day-to-day cleaning, cool the dish for a few minutes before washing and drying, or wash in the dishwasher, allowing the full cycle to complete. Never leave a dish fully immersed in water. For removal of stubborn residues allow the dish to cool, fill with warm, soapy water and allow it to soak for 10 to 20 minutes. Wash in the usual way using a plastic brush or scouring pad if necessary. Over time, it is normal for metal utensils to leave deposits on glazed stoneware. To remove metal markings, clean with an agent such as Le Creuset’s cookware cleaner or Bar Keeper’s Friend and use according to manufacturer’s directions.