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Italian Dinnerware

  • $49.95
    Chuck Williams spotted this jug in the bar of Rome's famed Hotel Hassler, where patrons delighted in asking for whiskeys with "chicken water." After tracking down the Italian manufacturer, our master sleuth began importing the jug, which is made of fully glazed earthenware and handpainted in the Deruta style. 28-oz. cap.; 8 1/2" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $79.95
    This rustic Italian ceramic beverage dispenser holder elevates our Cork Lid Beverage Dispenser so guests can easily reach the spigot and place even tall glasses underneath. Ideal for bar or buffet use, it also protects table surfaces from moisture condensation on the jar. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind creation, hand glazed and detailed with a unique distressed finish that captures the rustic look of an Italian antique.  It's crafted for us by a family-owned ceramics company in Umbria. 8 1/2" diam.
  • Sugg. Price: $160 Our Price: $99.95
    With the help of renowned Italian architect, Matteo Thun, this knife was developed as an innovative yet down-to-earth knife for every day work. This hollow-ground santoku knife chops, slices and minces meat, fish and veggies. Each knife is precision forged using Zwillings Sigmaforge process resulting in an exceptionally hard yet flexible blade. Zwillings Fridour ice-hardening technique results in a harder, sharper blade that is corrosion resistant and highly elastic.
  • $139.95
    Our Rustic earthenware brings your tabletop to life with vibrant pools of color. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind creation, hand glazed and detailed with a unique distressed finish that captures the rustic look of an Italian antique. This round vessel is perfectly proportioned for chilling multiple bottles on ice, and two handles make it easy to transport to the buffet, bar or outdoor spot. It's crafted for us by a family-owned ceramics company in Umbria. Not food safe. Hand-wash. 13-qt. cap.
  • Sugg. Price: $59.95 Sale $46.99
    An organic silhouette, rustic hue and textured honeycomb design give this round stoneware platter the appearance of vintage serveware. Inspired by antique Italian pottery, the platter is decorated with a distinctive green glaze that pools on the surface to create rich tonal shading. Made of durable glazed stoneware. Dishwasher safe. Made in Italy.
  • $199.95
    The town of Scarperia has been a center of Italian knife-making since the 18th century. Consigli has maintained the traditional, artisanal methods of oil tempering and quenching their blades to produce the finest knives. This knife's serrated blade excels for slicing through crusty loaves. Serrated stainless-steel blade with triple-riveted olivewood handle. Full tang and bolster forged using artisanal methods. Olivewood handle is dried and oiled for maximum durability. 9" blade; 5" handle; 5.75 oz.
  • $69.95
    Decorated with colorful wheat and wild grasses, our serving bowl brings the field to the table. Generously sized, its ideal for serving mounds of hot pasta, fresh salads, steamed vegetables and other savory foods. Italian artisans craft the bowl from durable stoneware and finish it with a hand-painted rim. Crafted in Italy of durable stoneware. Microwavable; dishwasher safe.
  • $249.95
    Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo took inspiration from Stone Age flint tools to create this eye-catching minimalist knife. Formed from one petal-shaped piece of steel, it serves as a versatile utility knife for chopping and slicing vegetables, herbs, fish and meats and can be sharpened like a common kitchen knife. Crafted from a single piece of stainless steel. A contoured top ridge serves as an ergonomic handgrip. Includes Stainless Steel stand. Available in matte finish. Made in Italy.
  • $229.95
    Small and lightweight enough to fit in your pocket, this folding sport knife performs as a versatile "gentleman's knife" for everything from outdoor trips to daily tasks around the house. The design by famed Italian knife maker Attilio Morotti combines an American-made steel blade, nickel silver bolsters and olivewood handle. With the included leather sheath, it makes a fine gift. Folding knife with satin-finish, drop-point blade. Hand finished and polished. Blade is CPM-S35Vn stainless steel (60 HRC).
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $179.95
    In the tradition of the all-purpose "gentleman's knife," this Italian-crafted folding knife functions beautifully for hunting, foraging and backpacking trips as well as an everyday pocket knife. Compact and lightweight, it pairs a razor-sharp stainless blade with a olive wood handle. Folding knife with spear-point blade and a satin finish. Hand finished and polished. Blade is N690 stainless steel from Austria. Olive wood handle. Strong, spring-loaded AXIS locking mechanism. Includes leather storage pouch.
  • $37.95
    From Riedel, the esteemed Austrian crystal manufacturer, this innovative stemless glassware follows the varietal-specific designs of their Vinum collection. The Pinot Noir glass available with or without monogramming will enhance your enjoyment of medium-bodied red wines, including Burgundies, Beaujolais, and Italian Barolo and Barbaresco wines. The generous bowl provides ample breathing space for the bouquet to develop, while the slightly flared rim directs the flow of wine to the tip of the tongue.