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Le Creuset Launches Harry Potter-Inspired Cookware Collection

New assortment in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products includes cookware, stoneware and kitchen tools.

Le Creuset has announced a new Harry Potter x Le Creuset Collection in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products. The limited-edition collection includes a mix of enameled cast iron, stoneware, tools and textiles featuring designs inspired by the Wizarding World. 

The assortment features an array of Le Creuset’s iconic colors and shapes adorned with accents and depictions that draw inspiration from the films’ characters, Hogwarts houses, locations and dishes. 

“The experience of cooking and sharing a memorable meal with loved ones is pure magic,” says Paul van Zuydam, owner, Le Creuset. “We are thrilled to team up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to bring that magic to life through an extraordinary collection that combines the adventurous culinary world with the fantastic imaginative Wizarding World. Chefs and Harry Potter fans alike will now be able to express their inner creativity as they transform humble ingredients into spectacular dishes.” 

The Harry Potter x Le Creuset assortment includes a Harry Potter signature round Dutch oven, a Quidditch signature round Dutch oven, a Lord Voldemort rectangle covered casserole, a Deathly Hallows spoon rest, Hogwarts Houses dessert plate set, a Hedwig pie bird, a Magical Locations mug set, a Hogwarts Express kettle, a Hogwarts Houses potholder and a spellcasting spatula set. 

The Harry Potter x Le Creuset Collection is available for purchase at Le Creuset Signature Stores, Le Creuset Outlets, and Williams Sonoma. 



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