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  2. If you are buying online, ask to see real pictures of the bottom of the pan with the vintage Le Creuset markings. They should also have the following; The name of Le Creuset. There should be a double-digit number. It should have ‘France’ or ‘Made in France’. It should also have the Diamond mark of Le Creuset.

  3. Jul 20, 2021 · Look at the stamp. Does it say Le Creuset? There you go. The bottom of the pot have the wording and size. But wording is very blur. You can post a pic and we can tell you there are many different ones so it’s easier to see a photo.

  4. If the pan is advertised as vintage, check for the Le Creuset identifying marks in Step 3. Look at the edge of the pan on which the lid rests. If the pan is vintage Le Creuset, this edge should be enameled. Newer Le Creuset pans have only a coat of primer in this area. On fake Le Creuset pans, the underlying cast iron will show through.

  5. Nov 10, 2004 · All the Le Creuset cookware is made from enameled cast iron. Cast iron has been used for cooking utensils since the Middle Ages. The Le Creuset factory is at Fresnoy-Le-Grand in Northern France. In 1925, the foundry began producing Cast Iron by hand-casting molten cast iron in sand molds-still the most delicate stage of the production process.

  6. Dec 14, 2016 · It depends a great deal on the piece. If you go to Etsy, you might be able to identify vintage shops, both in the US and Europe, that specialize in Le Creuset. EBAY is also an excellent source of information as well as exemplar items that are offered for sale. Either place might well offer for sale a dated version of a Le Creuset piece that you ...

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