Le Creuset’s new Noël Christmas collection is the stuff of holiday dreams

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When it comes to holiday cookware, Le Creuset is the best of the best. This year, the Le Creuset holiday cookware is more darling, charming and festive than ever.

Le Creuset dubbed this year’s special holiday cookware the “Noël Collection.” Featuring a Santa-themed cookie jar, a snowflake braiser, mugs and serving platters, your tablescape is set this holiday season. Honestly? I say you should keep them out all year long.

The best part? The entire line is 20% off right now just for funsies. Plus, if you spend $250, you get a free Snowflake Platter. Just use the code HOLIDAYS at checkout. Merry Le Creuset!

Shop our favorite picks from the Le Creuset Christmas cookware line below!

Le Creuset Noël Classic Whistling Kettle, $108 (Orig. $135)

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Le Creuset Noël Christmas Tree Spoon Rest, $28 (Orig. $35)

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Le Creuset Noël Santa Claus Cookie Jar, $46.40 (Orig. $68)

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Le Creuset Noël Holiday Tree Round Dutch Oven, $320 (Orig. $400)

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Le Creuset Noël Utensil Set, $69.60 (Orig. $87)

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Le Creuset Noël Snowflake Braiser, $248 (Orig. $310)

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Le Creuset Noël Santa Claus Platter, $60 (Orig. $75)

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Le Creuset Noël Christmas Tree Mug, $19.20 (Orig. $24)

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