The Le Creuset Black Friday sale is here - and we're obsessed

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Nothing says bougie cooking like a Le Creuset pot, with the colourful kitchen brand being a staple of every country home. We'd love nothing more than kitchen cabinets stocked to the brim and carefully colour curated with an array of them, but it's no secret that they aren't exactly the cheapest item to purchase.

That's why we take full advantage every time they go on sale. Thankfully, there are some early Black Friday Le Creuset deals to snap up meaning your kitchen cabinet game could be upgraded early this year. 

These are all the best Le Creuset deals this year...

Le Creuset Black Friday Deals

Le Creuset Essentials Cast Iron Round Casserole Soup Pot, 22cm, Satin Black - now £117 from John Lewis - SAVE 40%
Save 40%

Le Creuset Essentials Cast Iron Round Casserole Soup Pot, 22cm, Satin Black - now £117 from John Lewis - SAVE 40%

Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole, Deep Teal, 20cm - now £168.75 (was £215) from John Lewis - SAVE 25%

Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole, Deep Teal, 20cm - now £168.75 (was £215) from John Lewis - SAVE 25%

Le Creuset Volcanic Round Casserole Dish, 30cm -  now £284 (was £355) from Harrods

Le Creuset Volcanic Round Casserole Dish, 30cm -  now £284 (was £355) from Harrods

Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole, Bamboo, 20cm - now £168.75 (was £215) from John Lewis - SAVE 25%

Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole, Bamboo, 20cm - now £168.75 (was £215) from John Lewis - SAVE 25%

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Le Creuset Cast Iron Fondue Set - now £176.25 (was £245) from John Lewis
Nothing says autumn like a fondue set, with this luxe offering from Le Creuset coming with a fondue pot, splash guard, rechaud, six forks and even a recipe book.

From stoneware dinner plates, pasta bowls and pie dishes to ramekins, cafetieres and espresso cups, practically every kitchen staple under the sun has been made into a Le Creuset. Even kettles, with the brand offering a variety of models from the traditional version to new Instagrammable versions like the Kone and the Zen.

The most-known Le Creuset product - it's undoubtedly the cast-iron casserole pot, dubbed 'the Queen of the Kitchen', coming in a variety of sizes and loved by cooks across the world for nearly a century. But with the 30cm offering costing a whopping £325, and a more modest 24cm cast-iron pot setting you back £240, they don't come cheap.

Here's some iconic pieces that we're hoping make an appearance in the Black Friday sales.

Le Creuset Wish List

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Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Casserole Dish 26cm - £225, Amazon
This Le Creuset signature cast iron casserole dish is 26cm wide, suitable for all hobs, with two large handles and a removable lid. Colour: pink. Made in France. Lifetime guarantee.

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Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole 30cm - £330, John Lewis
The signature cast iron casserole is the most popular of Le Creuset products, with a round shape, two large handles and a removable lid. Colour: Volcanic. Made in France. Lifetime guarantee.

Le Creuset Stoneware mug - £15, Le Creuset

Le Creuset Stoneware mug - £15, Le Creuset
You can't go wrong with a classic (and sturdy) Le Creuset stoneware mug. And, they come in so many colours, it's impossible not to find something that goes with your colour theme. 

And if you have more off-the-wall taste, there's always an opportunity to stock up on the themed collections, from the Le Creuset Christmas collection and the Le Creuset Star Wars range to the new Harry Potter cookware range.

Le Creuset Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are expected to run through to Monday 29 November at midnight.

Keep this page bookmarked for updates on the latest deals.

Happy shopping.

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

Jenny Proudfoot is an award-winning journalist, specialising in lifestyle, culture, entertainment, international development and politics. She has worked at Marie Claire UK for seven years, rising from intern to Features Editor and is now the most published Marie Claire writer of all time. She was made a 30 under 30 award-winner last year and named a rising star in journalism by the Professional Publishers Association.