This perfectly sized Le Creuset Dutch oven is 20% off on Amazon — order today and it will arrive in time for Mother’s Day

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Even though Mother’s Day is just a few days away, there’s still time to get a gift that will impress. Wondering how? Just head over to Amazon, put this Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast Iron Sauteuse in your cart and check out in the next 10 hours. If you do that, this beautiful piece of cookware will arrive before May 8, meaning you’ll have just enough time to wrap and hand it to mom on Sunday.

Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast Iron Sauteuse, 3-1/2-Quart, $239.95 (Orig. $300)

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Of course, if you are ahead of the game and already have your Mother’s Day presents all sorted out, then you can certainly buy this gorgeous pot for yourself. It’s pretty rare that this ideally sized Le Creuset Dutch oven is on sale in 10 different colors, so you should definitely take advantage.

Plus, this particular Enameled Cast Iron Sauteuse is a shopper fave with 4.9 out of 5 stars and more than 1,500 ratings. Many customers who own this pot say it’s the “perfect size,” it “heats evenly” and it’s “easy to clean.”

Like most deals on Amazon, this one won’t last long. In fact, the price on this popular Le Creuset piece is likely to go back up before the weekend hits, so place your order today.

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