De La Terre®

Introducing De La Terre™ (of the earth in French), the only ceramic cookware line designed for performance in the oven, microwave, on the stove, and even on the grill! Each piece is thermal-shock-resistant so—unlike other brittle ceramic or heavy cast iron—our cookware is lightweight, durable, and goes from freezer to stovetop to dishwasher without concern.

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De la Terre cookware offers convenience and versatility without compromising on aesthetic design. Our proprietary high heat ceramic provides all the benefits of traditional cast iron, such as even cooking, heat retention, and a classic look and feel. While maintaining these high standards of quality, it is also less expensive, significantly lighter, and easier to care for.

Compared to cast iron De La Terre is:

• 43% lighter
• Heats up 4% faster
• Retains heat 19% longer.


Ask any chef: Searing is the key to locking in flavor when cooking protein. Unfortunately, that’s not possible with Pyrex or aluminum baking dishes which break or warp when put over a direct flame. With our new ceramic, you no longer need to sear meat in one pan before transferring to a baking dish to braise or slow roast in the oven. With De la Terre you can sear with confidence before moving directly to the oven, cutting out steps and streamlining the cooking process.


Hassle-free Prep: Start your meal ahead of time by combining onion, tomato, seafood, and seasonings in a De La Terre roaster and place directly in the refrigerate. To complete dinner, simply add white wine, simmer on the stove, and bring a hot stew directly to the table with minimal effort.

Clean up/Storage: The same De La Terre dish that simplified cooking and looked great on the table then can go right into the fridge to be safely reheated the next day. For clean up, it’s dishwasher-safe with no hand washing requirement as with cast iron.

Freezer to Oven Flexibility: De La Terre can also handle very cold temperatures and go right to heat (oven, stovetop, or grill!) without issue. Prepare lasagna in advance and freeze until needed. When guests arrive, the frozen lasagna can go directly from freezer to the oven without worry of thermal shock breaking the dish. After dinner, leftovers can be refrigerated in the same dish they were cooked in, then microwaved later to serve again. Cast iron does not offer that kind of flexibility.


The high heat glaze of De la Terre is naturally nonstick without Teflon or PTFE. Unlike other cookware, De la Terre is safe for high heat cooking with all types of food regardless of acidity levels.