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O’Cuisine is still to this day made in France and their dishes and utensils are designed from a real passion for preparing, cooking, and sharing cuisine that is so intrinsic to the French culture. There is no doubt that O’Cuisine has a certain ‘art de vivre’ about it as a brand.

The products are designed in Paris next to the Château de Vincennes and crafted by local artisan glass workers using a century-old tradition in the centre of France in the world’s biggest borosilicate glass oven. O’Cuisine glass is part of a long heritage that speaks to chefs and Sunday cooks alike. The glass itself resists extreme temperatures, from -40°C to +300°C and its thermal shock capabilities mean there is no need to change dishes when transferring from the freezer to the oven or the refrigerator to the microwave.