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16. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 27, 2012, 01:39 Mordhaus
 
The problem is that all Le Creuset pans from the beginning were enameled. You can even check their site:

THE LE CREUSET STORY
THE FIRST AND FINEST

Respect for tradition and authenticity has been Le Creuset's guiding principle since 1925, yet our innovative designs and exceptional quality ensure that we remain relevant today.

Our company began when Armand Desaegher, a casting specialist, and Octave Aubecq, an enameling expert, recognized an opportunity to improve the versatility of cast iron cookware by coating it in a porcelain enamel glaze.


Either your pan has had the enamel wear off, is one of the black enamel ones, or it is a knockoff. You may want to get it looked at, because every piece of evidence I can find says they never made a pan like it.
 
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