Tiny flaw in Le Creuset lid...anything to worry about?
I got a new Le Creuset deep saute pan. This is my second try with the same item...the first one that was shipped to me had scratches & unfinished areas on the handle - odd that it even passed inspection. So they (Sur La Table) sent me a replacement. This one is nearly perfect, with one exception. There's a "dimple" about the size of a pinhead on the top part of the lid. This "flaw" is enameled (the flaw is in the iron, not the enamel). I'm inclined to not worry about it, unless over time, it will affect the integrity of the enamel. Thoughts?
What you're describing sounds like a pin hole. As long as there's no exposed metal you should fine. Even first quality isn't 100% perfect as there are a lot of steps in manufacture that are by hand. The only way to get a near perfect one is to open a ton of boxes and check them all.