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  • $39.95
    Throughout history, some of the most beautiful utensils have featured handles carved from natural bone. Today, our distinctive serving tools continue the tradition with handles fashioned from smooth, polished water-buffalo bone. Gleaming stainless steel complements the rich, earthy hues of the bone. Like all pieces made using natural materials, each utensil is a unique work of art. Our serving set includes a 11 3/4"-long spoon and 11 3/4"-long fork. Hand-wash. Set of two. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $349.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, the yanagi is the classic Japanese knife used to prepare sushi and sashimi, slicing through delicate fish with precision and ease.
  • $169.95$199.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, their utility knife is exceptionally versatile use it for everything from prepping produce to slicing sandwiches.
  • $15
    The blunt end of this beautiful olive wood spoon is designed to fit into the edges and along the bottoms of pots and pans for uniform stirring and scraping, handy when youre making pan sauces and gravies. Crafted in traditional style from handsome and durable olive wood. Dense wood wont absorb food odors. Safe for use with nonstick finishes, glass and porcelain. Unique wood grain; no two pieces are alike. Made in France.
  • $39
    These sculptural utensils are just what you need for tossing and serving saladsfrom leafy greens to colorful medleys of fresh fruit. They're hand made of American black walnut, a hardwood famous for its natural strength, rich coloration and beautiful grain. Crafted from sustainably harvested American black walnut. A meticulous hand-rubbed finish gives the servers their unique warmth and luster. From John McLeod Ltd. of Vermontmakers of top-quality wooden kitchenware since 1967. Set of two.
  • $269.95$299.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, this gyuto knife (chef's knife) is ideal for extended chopping tasks without hand fatigue. Put it to work every day for all-purpose slicing, mincing and dicing.
  • $199.95$249.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, their santoku combines the functions of a chefs knife and cleaver.
  • $269.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, this nakiri knife has a straight, cleaver-style blade that makes quick, precise work of slicing vegetables and scooping them into the pot.
  • $18.95
    Throughout history, some of the most beautiful utensils have featured handles carved from natural bone. Today, our distinctive cheese spreaders continue that tradition with handles fashioned from smooth, polished water-buffalo bone. Gleaming stainless steel and brass details complement the rich, earthy hues of the bone. Like all pieces made using natural materials, each utensil is a unique work of art. Hand-wash. Set of two. Made in India. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • Sugg. Price: $375 Our Price: $299.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is a pleasure to use. A versatile knife for chopping and slicing, the santoku combines the benefits of a cleaver and a chef's knife. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest. Handcrafted in the style of western cutlery, the knife has a fully forged blade that provides added balance when making precision cuts.
  • $39.95
    Throughout history, some of the most beautiful utensils have featured handles carved from natural bone. Today, our distinctive cheese knives continue that tradition with handles fashioned from smooth, polished water-buffalo bone. Gleaming stainless steel and brass details complement the rich, earthy hues of the bone. Use the spreader for spreading soft cheese and the fork for transferring portions to individual plates.
  • $219.95$299.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, their chefs knife has the power and precision you need for slicing, chopping, mincing and dicing.
  • $10
    Throughout history, some of the most beautiful tools have featured handles carved from natural bone. Today, our distinctive stirrer continues the tradition with a handle fashioned from smooth, polished water buffalo bone. The spoon's stainless-steel bowl complements the rich, earthy hues of the bone. A party essential, this sturdy tool is just what you need for stirring your favorite cocktails. Hand-wash. 9 3/4" long.
  • $1,499
    Dai Sensai, the first knife designed by de Buyer of France, is a fusion of French culinary expertise and Japanese blade artistry. This single-bevel knife is hand forged by master cutlers in Japan (dai sensai means grand master) using a special Damascus method, in which a core of super-hard Cobalt steel is clad in multiple layers of stainless steel and nickel alloys, creating a beautiful rippled visual effect.
  • $349.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, the long, slender sujihiki (slicing) knife is a favorite for slicing meats and fish. Blade features a core of ultrahard VG-10 high-carbon steel that holds a super-sharp, long-lasting edge.
  • $229.95
    Since the 1600s, the Saladini family has been making knives in the town of Scarperia, a famed Italian center of cutlery production. The long, serrated blade of this knife is optimal for slicing crusty bread and for cutting neat slices of sandwich bread. The handle is carved from elegant, lightweight ox horn, polished to a lustrous sheen. Fully forged stainless-steel blade. Lightweight ox-horn handle is carved from the densest part of the horn for superior strength and a beautiful grain.
  • $46$79.95
    Legendary for their precise blades and impeccable craftsmanship, true Sabatier knives are considered to be those made by a select group of French manufacturers whose origins date back to the 19th century. Our Sabatier knives have been made by family-owned Therias et lEconome in Thiers, France since 1819. Their blades exhibit world-class strength, durability and edge retention.
  • $149.95
    The Saladini family has been crafting knives for more than 400 years in the Tuscan town of Scarperia, a famed center of knife production. With a fully forged blade and handle carved from elegant, lightweight buffalo horn, this steak knife adds a graceful yet functional element to table settings. Fully forged stainless-steel blade. Blade is tightly joined to a polished natural buffalo-horn handle carved from the densest part of the horn for superior strength and a beautiful grain. Handle color will vary.
  • Sugg. Price: $2,500 Our Price: $1,999.95
    The cutlery artisans at Wsthof have forged a masterpiece with this chefs knife, which combines the ancient art of Damascus steel making with top performance for the modern kitchen. This true Damascus blade is hand crafted through a labor-intensive process where hundreds of layers of steel are forged and folded together, producing an extremely strong blade distinguished by its beautiful wavy, water-like pattern. Each knife displays a unique blade pattern, which is complemented by a thuya wood handle.
  • Sugg. Price: $375 Our Price: $299.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is to use. A core tool in professional kitchens, a chefs knife is indispensable for chopping, dicing, mincing and slicing fruits and vegetables. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest.
  • Sugg. Price: $213 Our Price: $129.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is a pleasure to use. Its ideal for making small, precise cuts when peeling, trimming and coring fresh produce. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest. Handcrafted in the style of western cutlery, the knife has a fully forged blade that provides added balance when making precision cuts.
  • Sugg. Price: $275 Our Price: $219.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is a pleasure to use. Its serrated blade cuts cleanly through tomatoes and other delicate fruits and vegetables without tearing them. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest. Handcrafted in the style of western cutlery, the knife has a fully forged blade that provides added balance when making precision cuts.
  • $229.95
    Since the 1600s, the Saladini family has been making knives in the town of Scarperia, a famed Italian center of cutlery production. This boning knife features a fully forged blade with a sharp tip and narrow shapeideal for removing bones from meat, chicken and fish. The handle is carved from elegant, lightweight ox horn polished to a lustrous sheen. Fully forged stainless-steel blade. Lightweight ox horn handle is carved from the densest part of the horn for superior strength and a beautiful grain.
  • $62
    Legendary for their precise blades and impeccable craftsmanship, true Sabatier knives are considered to be those made by a select group of French manufacturers whose origins date back to the 19th century. Our Sabatier knives have been made by family-owned Therias et lEconome in Thiers, France since 1819. Their blades exhibit world-class strength, durability and edge retention.
  • $69.95
    Opinel knives have been produced in Savoy, in the heart of the French Alps, since 1890. The company is famous for its legendary folding knives, which have graced the pockets of the world's great adventurers and been honored by museums for their design simplicity. Today, Opinel culinary knives are a reliable staple in French home kitchens. These Opinel table knives (no. 125) combine the best of paring and steak knives for ease of use, with beautiful olivewood handles that blend with any table setting.
  • $229.95
    The Kikuichi history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century Japan, when an ancestor became a swordsmith for the emperor, marking each sword with the monarchs chrysanthemum symbol. Today this proud tradition of metalwork continues with beautiful cutlery etched with this enduring emblem. Handcrafted in Japan, the honesuki (boning) knife's triangular blade and pointed tip excel for boning poultrya versatile design that can double as a multipurpose utility knife.
  • Sugg. Price: $363 Our Price: $289.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is a pleasure to use. A core tool in professional kitchens, a chefs knife is indispensable for everyday cutting tasks from chopping to slicing. Shuns chefs knife features a supersharp blade hollow-ground with indentations that reduce friction and minimize sticking. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest.
  • Sugg. Price: $400 Our Price: $319.95
    This western-style knife is part of the Reserve collection from Shun and is as beautiful to behold as it is a pleasure to use. The long serrated blade slices cleanly through even large crusty loaves without mashing the soft interior. Striking in its design, the colorful charcoal and crimson PakkaWood handle is contoured for comfort and has an inlaid mosaic crest. Handcrafted in the style of western cutlery, the knife has a fully forged blade that provides added balance when making precision cuts.
  • $119.95
    Since the 1600s, the Saladini family has been crafting knives in the Tuscan town of Scarperia, a famed center of cutlery production. This paring knife has a fully forged blade and a handle carved from elegant ox horn thats polished to a lustrous sheen. Its short blade is designed to make quick work of trimming and cutting fruits and vegetables. Fully forged stainless-steel blade. Lightweight ox-horn handle is carved from the densest part of the horn for superior strength and a beautiful grain.
  • $9.95
    Our color-coded knife series is made exclusively for Williams-Sonoma by Kai, one of Japans largest and most historic cutlery companies. The serrated blade of this citrus knife quickly cuts through the tough rind of lemons, limes and oranges; it also does a beautiful job of segmenting grapefruit. Serrated blade ideal for cutting fresh citrus fruits. High-carbon stainless-steel blade creates a razor-sharp cutting edge. Food-safe nonstick coating on blade is corrosion-resistant and speeds slicing and cleanup.
  • $86
    Widely considered to be one of the three most presitigious knife makers in all of Japan, the Masahiro Company creates knives with professional-level performance in mind. Each blade is crafted of Masahiros proprietary steel, which undergoes a multi-stage process of quenching, sub-zero treating and tempering to achieve the optimum balance of strength and flexibility. The blade is ground is ground asymmetrically, allowing for a thinner cutting edge and unmatched sharpness.
  • $62
    Legendary for their precise blades and impeccable craftsmanship, true Sabatier knives are considered to be those made by a select group of French manufacturers whose origins date back to the 19th century. Our Sabatier knives have been made by family-owned Therias et lEconome in Thiers, France since 1819. Their blades exhibit world-class strength, durability and edge retention. The long, serrated blade of this bread knife cuts through crispy crusts without tearing or crushing.