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French Design Kitchen Equipment

  • $24.95
    Whether you wrap them around sweet or savory fillings, crepes transform breakfast into a special occasion. Crafted of blue steel with an uptilted handle a design that's remained virtually unchanged since the early 17th century this French pan is essential for turning out light, tender crepes.Solid blue steel construction.Sloped sides facilitate flipping and removing crepes.Uptilted riveted iron handle is designed to help smoothly swirl batter and turn crepes.Makes an 8" crepe.
  • $650
    A revered piece in the French batterie de cuisine, the versatile rondeau is a mainstay in restaurant kitchens. Made in France, Mauviel's hammered-copper rondeau, which made its Williams-Sonoma debut in the 1960s, is the ideal vessel for everything from sauting vegetables to preparing hearty braises and stews.Heavy-gauge 3mm copper for superior heat conductivity and temperature control.Nonreactive tin interior is easy to clean.Wide, shallow design ensures efficient searing and browning.
  • $280
    Prized in French kitchens, this classic copper pan helps transform fruits into delicious jams, jellies and preserves. Made of heat-responsive copper in a wide, shallow design, it's also useful for making caramel and other high-sugar foods. It's crafted in France by Mauviel, a family-owned maker of fine copper cookware since 1830.The wide, shallow bowl and heat-conductive 1.2mm-gauge copper promote a rapid boil, which develops fruits' natural pectins.
  • $43.95
    A favorite on French tables for generations, these plates offer exceptional durability and a relaxed sense of style. Made by La Rochre, a French company that dates its origins to 1475, the pieces derive brilliant sparkle from thick, pressed soda-lime glass in a ridged design. 7 1/2" diam. Set of four. Dishwasher safe. Made in France.
  • $2.50
    The French star is the most open star design, perfect for creating swags, rosettes, flowers and shells with lightly grooved texture. Try these tips for finishing cupcakes with a generous swirl of buttercream, and also for piping choux paste or turning mashed sweet potatoes into festive rosettes. Made by Ateco, the pastry chefs choice for cake-decorating tools, the tips are precision-crafted from stainless steel for exceptional performance and durability.
  • $59.95
    Our spreaders are for spreading butter and jam or or creamy Brie cheese on slices of baguette. Inspired by the design of pocket knives used by French shepherds two centuries ago, the handles bear the hallmark of a bee, typical of knives from France's Laguiole region. The pieces are made of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole flatware on the market and each is hand polished and finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel.
  • $79.95
    In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine cutlery for four generations. The design of this carving set was inspired by 19th-century Laguiole shepherd's tools, updated with sleek stainless-steel handles that feel substantial in the hand. Arriving in a wooden storage box, the set makes an elegant choice for entertaining and a superb gift. Set includes carving knife, fork and beech wood storage case. Blades and bolster are polished rust-resistant stainless steel.
  • $149.95
    In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine cutlery for four generations. The design of this carving set was inspired by a shepherds tool first manufactured in the village of Laguiole in the 19th century. Arriving in a wooden storage box, the set makes an elegant choice for entertaining and a superb gift. Set includes carving knife, fork and wooden storage case. Blades are polished rust-resistant stainless steel. Handles are hand shaped from olivewood.
  • $59.95
    A delicate, intricately stitched flowering vine winds across our reversible place mats, which are quilted in the French style of boutis, an artistic form of needlework dating back several centuries. The overall floral design is sewn onto easy-care solid cotton. Machine-wash. 20" x 14". Made in India. Set of four. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $39.95
    Wish every guest a bon apptit with our amiable napkins, perfect with everything from French toast to boeuf bourguignon. The French phrase is embroidered in one corner of the natural linen, which offers a casual look and a soft feel thats enhanced by use and laundering. 100% linen. Finished with mitered corners. Preshrunk. Machine-wash. Set of four includes one of each design.
  • $129.95
    The classic Salam teapot was first created in 1957 by celebrated French silversmith Guy Degrenne, who was inspired by the ancient tradition of Bedouin teapots and the welcoming hospitality of sharing a freshly brewed pot. The elegant design combines a porcelain body with an insulated stainless-steel cover that helps keep tea deliciously warm. Made of white porcelain with a removable insulated 18/10 stainless-steel cover.
  • Sugg. Price: $1,069 Our Price: $920
    World-renowned French chef Michel Bras believes cooking, like any art, requires the finest tools. Created in Japan in collaboration with Kai, the producer of Shun knives, these versatile steak knives echoe the design of the traditional Laguiole knife of France. Set includes three 4 steak knives. Hand assembled to exacting specifications.
  • $34.95
    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. The Opinel carving knife (no. 120) offers excellent handling for carving roasts and poultry as well as slicing fruits and vegetables.
  • $29.95
    Preferred by French bakers, this handle-free rolling pin lets you feel the dough beneath your hands for exceptional control. Thanks to a silicone exterior, it is a practically foolproof way to roll out homemade doughs for sweet and savory recipes. Smart design promotes good results for bakers of all experience levels. Extra-long to simplify rolling out doughs to nearly any size. Seamless silicone surface is naturally stick resistant and instantly releases dough without tearing it.
  • $59.95
    With swans-a-swimming, pipers piping and ladies dancing, our earthenware bowls illustrate an enchanting list of gifts from the beloved Christmas carol. Based on original watercolors by painter Marc Lacaze, the designs are rendered in vintage-storybook style upon a backdrop of antique French script and vintage postmarks. The set makes a festive addition to holiday meals. Crafted of durable earthenware. Each bowl depicts two of the gifts from the "12 days of Christmas" carol.
  • Sugg. Price: $157$179 Our Price: $110$125
    Perfect for baking hearty gratins, casseroles and apple crisps, this cast-iron French favorite is adept at coaxing crispy brown crusts or toppings. Its rich enameled finish and elegant design allow it to travel straight from oven to table. Red, Sapphire Blue, Basil, Graphite and Emerald color selections feature glossy multi-coat enameling that ensures strength and heat resistance and creates a vibrantly colored majolique finish similar in appearance to fine ceramic for oven-to-table presentation.
  • Sugg. Price: $79$136 Our Price: $55$95
    Whether used for berry cobblers or macaroni & cheese, this cast-iron French favorite is adept at coaxing crispy brown crusts or toppings. Its rich enameled finish and elegant design allow it to travel straight from oven to table. Matte Black selection features multi-coat enameling with low-gloss matte finish. Resistant to rust, chipping and cracking, the coating requires no additional seasoning like some other cast-iron pieces.
  • Sugg. Price: $34.95 Sale $24.99
    The majestic stained glass windows of French cathedrals provided the architectural inspiration for this elegant cake pan. For a beautifully sculpted cake whose design echoes the legendary rose windows, just pour in your favorite batter and bake. Your homemade cake needs only a bit of decoration just top it with a simple glaze or sprinkling of confectioners' sugar. Durable cast-aluminum construction ensures perfectly even baking and browning.
  • Sugg. Price: $34.95 Our Price: $27.96
    Our architecturally inspired cake pan would have pleased the great 19th-century French chef Carme, who called confectionery a branch of architecture. For a beautifully sculpted cake decorated with an intricate vaulted design, just pour in your favorite batter and bake. Your homemade cake needs only a bit of decoration just top it with a simple glaze or sprinkling of confectioners' sugar. Durable cast-aluminum construction ensures perfectly even baking and browning.
  • $49.95
    Inspired by the design of pocket knives used by French shepherds 200 years ago, this gleaming stainless-steel serving set has slim, curved lines that complement our Laguiole flatware. The fork and spoon are crafted in France of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole flatware on the market. Each piece is hand finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel. High-quality, heavy-gauge stainless-steel blade provides superior durability and stain resistance and pleasing heft.
  • $80
    Timeless in design, these cups and saucers are by Apilco, the French company that has supplied culinary professionals with restaurant-quality porcelain wares since 1906. The high-fired porcelain is wonderfully versatile and suitable for everyday dining as well as entertaining. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. 8-oz. Cups with 6 1/2" saucers, set of four.
  • $69.95
    A delicate, intricately stitched flowering vine winds across our runner, which is quilted in the French style of boutis, an artistic form of needlework dating back several centuries. The overall floral design is sewn onto easy-care solid cotton. Machine-wash. 108" x 16". Made in India. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $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.
  • $34.95
    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. The Opinel bread knife (no. 116) features a gently curved and serrated-edge blade ideal for slicing all types and textures of bread.
  • $64
    Timeless in design, these mugs are by Apilco, the French company that has supplied culinary professionals with restaurant-quality porcelain wares since 1906. The high-fired porcelain is wonderfully versatile and suitable for everyday dining as well as entertaining. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. 3 1/4" high, 10-oz. capacity. Mugs, set of four.
  • Sugg. Price: $69.95 Sale $55.99
    Our earthenware bowls are designed by French painter Marc Lacaze, who was inspired by a favorite antique plate at his grandmothers house in Bordeaux. Decorated with a colorful pomegranate pattern, the bowls provide beautiful presentation for family favorites, from pasta, risotto and polenta to salads and soups. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 25.3 oz. cap. X 9 1/4" diam. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. Set of four, one of each design.
  • $49.95
    Inspired by the design of pocket knives used by French shepherds 200 years ago, these handsome stainless-steel and resin serving fork and spoon have slim, curved lines that complement our Laguiole flatware. Crafted in France of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole flatware on the market, each piece is hand finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel. High-quality, heavy-gauge stainless steel provides superior durability and stain resistance and pleasing heft.
  • $550
    An impressive way to showcase your cookware collection, this hammered-steel rack has an open-center design for mounting around a lighting fixture or skylight. Master craftsmen in the Pacific Northwest forge each rack, using traditional French metal-forming tools. Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward. 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together. 20 1/2" high (from ceiling to bottom of pot hook).
  • $80
    Timeless in design, these dinner plates are by Apilco, the French company that has supplied culinary professionals with restaurant-quality porcelain wares since 1906. The high-fired porcelain is wonderfully versatile and suitable for everyday dining as well as entertaining. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. 11" Dinner plates, set of four.
  • $99.95
    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. This set is an excellent introduction to Opinel cutlery, giving you three essential tools for any kitchenchef's knife, carving knife and bread knife.
  • $59.95
    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) feature stained wood handles in four bright colors add a vibrant pop to any table setting.
  • $249.95
    In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine flatware for four generations. The design of these steak knives was inspired by a shepherds tool first manufactured in the village of Laguiole in the 19th century. Set includes four 4 1/4 steak knives and a wooden storage case. Slightly curved knives feature the distinctive Laguiole bee on the bolster. Crafted from polished rust-resistant stainless steel. Triple-riveted full tangs for durability and balance.