Le Creuset is one cookware brand that could definitely teach the rest of the industry a thing or too – few names are as synonymous with quality as this famous French name. And it doesn’t seem to matter how old a piece of Le Creuset cookware is – in fact I often prefer some of their vintage designs to their modern shapes – they last for so many years that they tend to hold their value really well. This small enamel saucepan is a little worse for wear with a hairline crack along the base (I’ve tested it and it doesn’t leak one bit!), and the varnish on the handle is quite worn, but it’s still very handsome and even with the wear and tear I’m certain that it’s better quality than a lot of pots you can buy for the same price.
A classic piece of cookware that would make a great addition to your collection of pots and pans.
Dimensions: 14cm in diameter x 11cm high (with lid on)
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