With Le Creuset's embossed lettering and unmistakably vibrant glaze, this decorative accessory completes any place setting.
- Dense stoneware blocks moisture absorption to prevent cracking, crazing and rippling
- Impermeable exterior enamel resists stains and scratches from metal utensils
- Nearly-nonstick glazed interior easily releases foods for quick cleanup
- Dishwasher safe
- Stoneware collection
Le Creuset Napkin Ring
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall : 1.4" H x 1.8" W x 1" D
- Overall Product Weight: 0.1lbs
|Product Type: Napkin Ring||Color: 1: White|
|Color: 2: Green||Color: 3: Red|
|Color: 4: Yellow||Color: 5: Orange|
|Color: 6: Blue||Material: Ceramic|
|Country of Manufacture: Imported|| |
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About the Manufacturer
From start to finish, Le Creuset is the ingredient that brings every meal together. In kitchens around the world, Le Creuset has been trusted for over 80 years for its legacy of style and quality. Their brilliant colors and user-friendly cookware have created an unforgettable dining experience. Trusted by those who appreciate every flavor’s subtle complexities, Le Creuset invites you to enjoy food and life to the fullest.
Since 1925, Le Creuset has designed and manufactured Enameled Cast Iron cookware at their foundry in Fresnoy-Le-Grand, Northern France. It began by hand-casting molten cast iron in sand molds, still the most delicate stage of the production process. After casting, each piece of cookware is polished, sanded by hand, and scrutinized for imperfections. Once declared suitable for enameling, the items are sprayed with two separate coats of enamel and fired at a temperature of 1472F. The enamel then becomes extremely hard and durable, making it almost completely resistant to damage during normal use. Since much of the finishing is done by hand, each piece of Enameled Cast Iron cookware is completely unique.