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French Stainless Steel Flatware

  • $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.
  • $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.
  • Sugg. Price: $79.95$319.80 Our Price: $79.95$287.95
    The French have a flair for sophisticated simplicity, and this flatware is no exception. Crafted with impeccable attention to detail, each piece is polished cutlery grade stainless steel. With the metal's nickel content enhancing its luster, this composition most closely approximates silver-plated flatware but will never tarnish. A place setting includes an 8" dinner fork, 7" salad fork, 9" dinner knife, 8" soup spoon and 7" teaspoon. Dishwasher safe. The 20-piece set includes four place settings.
  • $179.95
    True to the French spirit of dining well every day, these serving utensils meld classic elegance with exceptional durability and ease of care. Expertly crafted in a small town in Normandy, the collection features fiddleback handles edged with beading as refined as a string of pearls. Stainless steel lends heft and substance, along with a shine that rivals silver plate (no polishing required). Dishwasher safe. Made in France.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $159.95
    The clean lines of this classic serving set reveal a simple beauty that is unmistakably French. It's equally suited to a simple fireside supper and a formal dinner party. This flatware is crafted of polished 18/10 stainless steel, which has a high percentage of chrome for strength and durability; the nickel content results in enhanced luster. This composition most closely approximates silver-plated flatware, but the pieces will never tarnish. Dishwasher safe.
  • Sugg. Price: $39.95 Sale $29.99
    Elegant yet understated, this serving set combines clean lines and large European proportions. A noted French company makes the pieces of polished 18/8 stainless steel, which has a high percentage of chrome for strength and durability; the nickel content results in enhanced luster. This composition most closely approximates silver-plated flatware, but the pieces will never tarnish. Set of two includes serving fork and serving spoon. Dishwasher safe. Made in France.
  • Sugg. Price: $225 Our Price: $179.95
    The Shun Blue Steel series was developed in partnership with award-winning chef Chris Cosentino, known for his nose to tail philosophy of using the whole animal. These traditional Japanese knives feature a core of blue steel a fine-grained carbon steel favored by professional chefs for its blazing sharpness that is encased between two layers of stainless steel.
  • $99.95
    In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine cutlery 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. Made of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole flatware on the market, each is hand polished and finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel. Set includes four 4 1/4" steak knives and a wooden storage case.
  • $24.95
    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 mushroom knife is the perfect companion for mushroom hunting treks. Folding knife designed for safely cutting and cleaning delicate mushrooms.
  • $99.95
    The design of these steak knives was inspired by a shepherd's tool first manufactured in the French village of Laguiole in the 19th century. Resembling original models that were made to fold and fit in a pocket, our knives are crafted by the Dubost family of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole cutlery and flatware on the market. Each is hand polished and finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel in the hand.
  • $69.95
    Whether youre hosting a wine-and-cheese party or serving a traditional cheese course, these finely crafted French tools provide expert assistance and perfect service. Their classic design was inspired by a shepherd's tool first produced in the French village of Laguiole in the 19th century. Made of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole cutlery and flatware on the market, each is hand polished and finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel.
  • Sugg. Price: $188 Our Price: $149.95
    The Shun Premier collection is distinguished by hand-hammered blades and walnut-colored PakkaWood handles that evoke the artistry of traditional hand-forged knives. Handcrafted in Japan, the blades are thin and lightweight. The triangular-shaped honesuki is used by Japanese chefs for boning poultry, but it also excels at other meat-trimming tasks, such as frenching a rack of lamb. Blade features a core of VG-Max "super steel" clad on each side with 69 microthin layers of stainless-steel.
  • Sugg. Price: $175 Our Price: $139.95
    The award-winning Rain cutlery collection showcases the iconic design ingenuity of world-renowned American knifemaker Ken Onion. Each customized for a specific kitchen task, high-carbon stainless-steel blades are distinguished by a textured raindrop pattern that allows knives to glide effortlessly through food. Ergonomic handles, constructed of military-grade G-10 Garolite, are precision-shaped to ensure the knife's peak performance at its intended taskand feel exceptionally comfortable in your hand.
  • $199.95
    Whether youre hosting a wine-and-cheese party or serving a traditional cheese course, these finely crafted French tools provide expert assistance and perfect service. Inspired by the design of pocket knives used by French shepherds two centuries ago, the pieces are made of thicker, heavier-gauge stainless steel than other Laguiole cutlery and flatware on the market. Each knife is hand polished and finished for a difference in quality you can really see and feel.
  • $62$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.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $79.95
    Whether youre hosting a wine-and-cheese party or serving a traditional cheese course, these finely crafted French knives provide expert assistance and perfect service. Inspired by the design of pocketknives used by French shepherds 200 years ago, each knife handle bears the hallmark of a bee, the symbol of the knives of the Laguiole region of France. Three-piece set includes a cheese knife, cheese cleaver and cheese spreader. Polished stainless-steel blades. Hand-shaped olivewood handles.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • Sugg. Price: $357 Our Price: $305
    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, this versatile steak knife echoes the design of the traditional Laguiole knife of France.Hand assembled to exacting specifications.Matte-finish blade is composed of three stainless-steel layers: a hardened VG-10 core sandwiched between two layers of more flexible steel for increased durability and resistance.
  • Sugg. Price: $746 Our Price: $435
    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, this knife makes a beautifully clean cut through all textures of breads, leaving few traces of crumbs. Uniquely shaped waves on the blade allow for the ideal push/pull cutting motion through all textures of breads. Hand assembled to exacting specifications.
  • Sugg. Price: $376 Our Price: $325
    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, this versatile knife is specially designed for delicate tasks like preparing fish.The razor-sharp blade is rigid enough for general slicing and cutting yet pliable enough for careful work.Hand assembled to exacting specifications.
  • Sugg. Price: $338 Our Price: $290
    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, this paring knife has a short, maneuverable blade that quickly trims and peels fruits and vegetables.Hand assembled to exacting specifications.Matte-finish blade is composed of three stainless-steel layers: a hardened VG-10 core sandwiched between two layers of more flexible steel for increased durability and resistance.
  • Sugg. Price: $501$544 Our Price: $420$465
    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 santokus have wide blades for greater precision, with a slight curvature for ease of movement.Hand assembled to exacting specifications.Matte-finish blade is composed of three stainless-steel layers: a hardened VG-10 core sandwiched between two layers of more flexible steel for increased durability and resistance.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $109.95
    In the heart of the French countryside, the Dubost family has been creating fine cutlery for four generations. The design of this bread knife was inspired by a shepherds tool first manufactured in the village of Laguiole in the 19th century. Arriving in a wooden storage box, the knife makes a superb gift. Serrated blade ideal for slicing breads and cutting delicate cakes and pastries. Blade is polished rust-resistant stainless steel. Triple-riveted full tang for durability and balance.