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Beautiful Wood Dinnerware

  • $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.
  • $79
    A fresh, modern twist on classic designs, our wooden stand offers beautiful presentation for everything from cookies, cakes and pies to tea sandwiches and finger foods. Its timeless, style complements all your favorite dinnerware patterns. Natural variations in the tropical mango wood make each stand unique. To clean, simply wipe with a damp cloth. Tier diameters: 14", 10-1/2", and 7-1/2". 16" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $59
    A fresh, modern twist on classic designs, our wooden stand offers beautiful presentation for everything from home-baked layer cakes to luscious pies and tarts. The traditional style of this versatile stand complements all your favorite dinnerware patterns. Natural variations in the tropical mango wood make each stand unique. To clean, simply wipe with a damp cloth. 12 3/4 diam. 6 high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $38$40
    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 compact blade of this knife is ideal for peeling, controlled cutting and detail work.
  • 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.
  • $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.
  • $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.