1992 Le Creuset 9 Inch Skillet and 5 Quart Roaster (casserole)

Weight : 3 lbs. 13.8 oz.

A collection of images from a vintage cast iron enameled skillet and roaster/casserole dish made sometime in the early 1990's. Both are expensive and truly incredible pieces of kitchenware from a company that happens to be in production today. The foundry uses standard sand casting methods. After hand finishing, items are sprayed with at least two coats of enamel. The enamel becomes resistant to damage during normal use. Currently, all Le Creuset cast iron cookware is still manufactured in the company's foundry in Fresnoy-le-Grand, where workers employ a 12 step finishing process implemented by 15 different pairs of hands to ensure that there are no flaws or imperfections in the final product.

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Skillet valued in the range of $30 - $40.

Roaster (casserole) dish valued in the range of $55 - $70.