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Le Creuset has long been the cooking brand of dreams and now the company has announced a Harry Potter range, coming in November.

Harry Potter fans can now cook up a storm in the kitchen with the themed products that include a Lord Voldemort™ Rectangle Covered Casserole.

The limited edition collection is made up of enamelled cast iron, stoneware, tools and textiles.

HeraldScotland: Le Creuset x Harry Potter collection (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)Le Creuset x Harry Potter collection (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)

Paul van Zuydam, Chairman, Le Creuset said: “The experience of cooking and sharing a memorable meal with loved ones is pure magic.

“We are thrilled to team up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to bring that magic to life through an extraordinary collection that combines the adventurous culinary world with the fantastic imaginative Wizarding World. Chefs and Harry Potter fans alike will now be able to express their inner creativity as they transform humble ingredients into spectacular dishes.”

HeraldScotland: Hogwarts Express Kettle (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)Hogwarts Express Kettle (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)

The wizarding collection includes:

  • Harry Potter™ Signature Round Dutch Oven
  • Quidditch™ Signature Round Dutch Oven
  • Lord Voldemort™ Rectangle Covered Casserole
  • Deathly Hallows™ Spoon Rest
  • Hogwarts™ Houses Dessert Plate Set
  • Hedwig™ Pie Bird
  • Magical Locations Mug Set
  • Hogwarts™ Express Kettle
  • Hogwarts™ Houses Potholder
  • Spellcasting Spatula Set

Fans can prepare their tea in the Hogwarts Express Kettle for £109, or stir their soup and then leave the spoon to sit on the spoon rest for £32.

Signature Round Casserole dishes star at £275 and a Hogwarts Houses Potholder is £45.

HeraldScotland: Houses Plate Set (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)Houses Plate Set (Le Creuset/Warner Bros)

You can even buy the Hedwig Pie Bird for £22 which vents steam from the filling as it cooks, preventing the contents from boiling over, while arches on the bottom redirect excess moisture to keep the bottom crust from becoming soggy.

The collection can be bought on the Le Creuset website here from November.