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  • $110
    Inspired by the intricate knots of ancient Etruscan jewelry, we designed our porcelain soup bowls with a layered metallic pattern for a unique depth and richness. They're crafted for us by Pickard, whose fine porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the United Nations. Artisans combine the company's exclusive clay with a warm-white glaze, finishing each piece with hand-applied detailing in burnished 24-karat gold and bright platinum.
  • $64
    Vintage Venetian lace inspired this soup bowls filigree lattice rim, a gracious design that layers beautifully with other pieces in the collection. Lustrous bands of platinum frame the pattern, while premium bone china lends a pristine white hue, soft translucence and superb durability. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Embellished with fillets of platinum. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA.
  • $110
    Inspired by the intricate knots of ancient Etruscan jewelry, we designed our porcelain soup bowls with a layered metallic pattern for a unique depth and richness. They're crafted for us by Pickard, whose fine porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the United Nations. Artisans combine the company's exclusive clay with a warm-white glaze, finishing each piece with hand-applied detailing in burnished 24-karat gold and bright platinum.
  • $72$576
    Turquoise-colored branches of coral adorn Raynaud's Cristobal pattern, each meticulously hand-finished. The design is scaled to each piece, edged in pure platinum, and accented in solid color on alternating pieces. A work of art for the table, Cristobal is made from translucent Limoges porcelain. Production requires each piece to pass through 30 pairs of hands from start to finish. The dinnerware is made in Limoges, France, by Raynaud & Co., established in 1849. Dishwasher safe.
  • $49.95$199.80
    Robert Welch, one of Britains leading housewares designers, created Monterey flatware with sleek proportions, comfortable balance in the hand and an impeccable hand-polished mirror finish. Each piece is crafted from a single ingot of stainless steel for exceptional weight and a seamless line. Crafted of 18/10 stainless steel. Knife blade is 13/0 stainless steel with fine serrations. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon.
  • $59.95$239.80
    Inspired by a design introduced at the Paris Exhibition of 1900, Bergeron beautifully balances classic detail and clean-lined modernity. Gorham, producer of fine American tableware since 1831, casts the flatware in stainless steel with a mirror finish that highlights the curved, comfortable handles and sleek lines. Crafted of 18/10 stainless steel. Knife blade is 13/0 stainless steel. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon.
  • Sugg. Price: $69.95 Sale $55.99
    Reminiscent of the rustic tableware youd find in a French farmhouse kitchen, our handcrafted tureen is perfect for bringing piping-hot soup or chili to the table. The durable, heat-retaining stoneware helps keep soups and stews warm throughout your meal, and a cutout in the lid lets you rest a ladle inside. Pair the tureen with our Farmhouse bowls for a complete, coordinating soup course. Glazed hand-cast stoneware with hand-painted rims for subtle contrast.
  • $29.99
    These bowls are inspired by authentic diner pieces. They were originally made by the Buffalo China Co., which was founded in New York in 1901 to produce the plates offered as premiums by a soap manufacturer. That sturdy dinnerware went on to become popular at roadside diners along the new U.S. highways and today it's a classic. Replicating a style from the 1940s, our dinnerware is creamy white the natural color of the clay with a durable, clear glaze. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. 10-oz.
  • $57
    Lustrous, recessed dots shimmer like water droplets in this soup plates matte rims, bringing a modern mix of textures to the classic Limoges porcelain. Designed for sophisticated layering, the collection is offered in pristine white, with select accent rimmed pieces in platinum. All are handcrafted by master artisans and enamellers in the workshops of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain with White glaze.
  • $125
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara rim soup plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Our new warm color palette features twelve shades from saffron to vermilion, with gilded accents adding a hint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold.
  • $29.95
    This elegant porcelain bowl reflects a design that has graced tables for centuries. Because it's crafted from porcelain, it holds heat exceptionally well, keeping soup at the proper temperature. The bowl is made by Apilco, France's premier producer of restaurant-quality porcelain products. Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. 18-oz. cap.; 4 3/4" diam. 3 3/4" high.
  • $39.95$159.80
    Burnished, blackened handles lend this flatware the rustic character of forged metal. Crafted from cast stainless steel, the pieces feature ball finials and the refined finish of mirror-polished blades, bowls and tines. Crafted of durable stainless steel with burnished, oxidized handles. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon. Twenty-piece set includes four 5-piece place settings. Dishwasher safe.
  • $60
    Decorated with atmospheric views of historic China, Blue Canton dinnerware has been a favorite since Colonial times and was even set on the table of President George Washington. Pagodas, bridges and landscapes appear in finely shaded cobalt blues on the soup plate, re-creating the design of the original Export wares. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $64
    Inspired by pearl jewelry, this soup bowl is embellished with a strand of white enamel dots set in gleaming links and framed by platinum fillets. Premium bone china gives the collection superb durability and a translucent white hue that sets off the timeless design. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Bordered with fillets of platinum. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. All pieces sold individually.
  • $68$140
    The Oberon pattern displays its classic chinoiserie style with sage, ivory and black borders punctuated by delicate brackets and accented with red highlights and 22k gold. Floral vines in equally rich tones decorate select pieces. The Oberon design is a timeless pattern from the English company, founded by Josiah Wedgwood in 1759. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. The five-piece place setting includes a 10 3/4" diam. dinner plate, 8" diam. salad plate, 6" diam. bread and butter plate, 8-oz.
  • $99.95
    The classic hand-painted pattern of these earthenware soup bowls is a longtime Williams-Sonoma favorite. Its 17th-century depiction of forests, castles and animals is based on traditional European folklore. Each bowl is crafted at a small Portuguese pottery where ceramists rely on time-honored techniques to meticulously decorate it by hand. Hand-wash. 1-qt. cap., 9 1/2" diam. soup bowls, set of two. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $42.95
    This elegant porcelain bowl with lid reflects a design that has graced tables for centuries. Because it's crafted from porcelain, it holds heat exceptionally well, keeping soups and stews at the proper temperature. The bowl is made by Apilco, France's premier producer of restaurant-quality porcelain products. Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. 14.5-oz. cap.; 4 1/4" diam., 6" high w/ lid.
  • $100
    Inspired by Florentine architecture, colonnades of dove-gray glaze and hand-decorated fillets of gold ring this soup bowl with exquisite detail. Pristine white Limoges porcelain complements the refined motif and gives the collection enduring, heirloom quality. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold rims.
  • $64
    Embellished with gold medallions, platinum scrolls and enameled cabochons in gemstone colors, this soup bowl brings gracious opulence to special occasions. Charcoal-gray rims and fillets of lustrous platinum accent the pattern, which varies from piece to piece for elegant layering. Premium bone china gives the collection a pristine white hue, soft translucence and superb durability. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889.
  • $64
    In a charming mix of fun and formality, this soup bowl is embellished with an iridescent rim, lustrous platinum bands and spiraling dots that evoke strung pearls. Premium bone china, prized for its soft translucence and exceptional durability, gives the collection its pristine white hue. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Accented with bands of platinum. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. All pieces sold individually.
  • $89.95$319.95
    The ancient traditions of Anatolian metalworking inspired this flatware, which features copper-plated handles with a hammered texture. The hollow handles have an ergonomic shape that fits comfortably in the hand, and like all copper they will develop a rich patina over time. Handles are made of 18/10 stainless steel with copper plating. Knife blade is 13/0 stainless steel for hardness. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon.
  • $64
    Platinum bands and metallic lacework embellish this soup bowl with refined detail inspired by fine needlework and haute couture. The collection gets its pristine white hue from premium bone china, prized for its soft translucence and exceptional durability. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Accented with bands of platinum. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. All pieces sold individually.
  • $125
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara soup bowl reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $68$140
    Silver Aster blends the best of Wedgwood heritage with contemporary silhouettes to produce a dinnerware design that elegantly suits any occasion. A subtle but striking platinum pattern rims fine white bone china. Josiah Wedgwood founded the English company in 1759, and the feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Do not microwave. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. The five-piece place setting includes a 10 3/4" diam. dinner plate, 8" diam. salad plate, 6" diam.
  • $72$576
    Coral-colored branches of coral adorn Raynaud's Cristobal pattern, each meticulously hand-finished. The design is scaled to each piece, edged in pure platinum, and accented in solid color on alternating pieces. A work of art for the table, Cristobal is made from translucent Limoges porcelain. Production requires each piece to pass through 30 pairs of hands from start to finish. The dinnerware is made in Limoges, France, by Raynaud & Co., established in 1849. Dishwasher safe.
  • $64
    Designed by premier wedding and event planner Sharon Sacks, the Jeweled Jardin soup bowl gets its understated elegance from petite white dots and bands of lustrous gold. Bone china gives the collection exceptional durability and a pristine white hue that beautifully complements the gilding. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Bordered with fillets of lustrous gold. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA.
  • $64
    Embellished with one of Americas most beloved patterns, this soup bowl gets its timeless beauty from an opalescent rim, scrolling vines and fine enamel dots. Platinum bands add special-occasion luster to the bone china, prized for its pristine white hue and exceptional durability. Expertly crafted and decorated by Lenox, American makers of fine dinnerware since 1889. Made of refined and durable bone china. Bordered with fillets of platinum. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. All pieces sold individually.
  • $39.95$159.80
    Clean, sleek lines and a gleaming polished finish distinguish this stainless-steel flatware by award-winning English designer Robert Welch. Its style is right at home with contemporary table settings as well as traditional dinnerware. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, soup spoon, dinner knife and teaspoon. Twenty-piece set includes four 5-piece place settings.
  • $39.95
    The flavors of the Mediterranean inspired our rustic cruet, made for us by artisans in Portugal and decorated with lustrous black olives. Offer it alongside crusty breads for a delicious accompaniment to soup or salad, or pair it with an assortment of vinegars for made-at-the-table dressings. The durable earthenware coordinates with other designs from our Harvest Botanical collection to create a warm setting for dining and entertaining. Hand-decorated earthenware. Microwaveable and dishwasher safe.
  • $49.95
    Garnished with the pick of the farmers' market, our bowls ensure that every meal is served with colorful vegetables. Beets, carrots, kale and onions brighten the durable white earthenware, while text inspired by vintage seed packets adds a whimsical, homegrown touch. Crafted of durable glazed earthenware. Microwaveable and dishwasher safe. Dinnerware sold in sets of four, one of each design. Serveware sold individually.
  • Sugg. Price: $94$519.80 Our Price: $94$467.95
    Our Victorian-inspired porcelain dinnerware embodies both sophistication and whimsy with its fanciful edgework enrobed in a pristine white glaze. This collection was designed so every porcelain piecefrom soup bowl to dinner platehas a unique rim design and sits perfectly together at once, yet also functions beautifully la carte. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Made in France by Pillivuyt, makers of fine porcelain since 1818. A Willliams-Sonoma exclusive. 5-piece place setting includes an 11" diam.
  • $76$161
    Decorative motifs by Scottish neoclassical architect and designer Robert Adam inspired the iconic  pattern on this elegant dinnerware. The pure oval forms mingle gracefully in a bold Wedgwood blue, decorated with intricate gilded detailing and a neoclassical laurel border from the Wedgwood archives. Made of fine bone china. Finished with a hand-lined gold band. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended.