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Wooden Dinnerware

  • $9.95$12.95
    When we set out to design our own line of wooden cooking spoons, we stayed true to the "function first" philosophy of our founder, Chuck Williams. The wood is tumbled to create an ultra-smooth finish, and the gently tapered handle feels comfortable in the hand for a range of tasks. This slotted wooden spoon is beautiful enough to use at the table for serving. Slotted spoon allows excess liquid to drain back into pot. Made of maple or walnut.
  • $5
    Life in the kitchen is easier when you use the right tool for the task. Designed for efficient stirring and scraping, our sturdy wooden spoon is angled to fit into the edges and along the bottoms of pots and pansespecially useful for making pan sauces and gravies. Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams-Sonoma. Made of solid beechwood for lightweight durability. Safe for use with nonstick and other delicate finishes.
  • $399.95
    These limited-edition steak knives celebrates an American icon, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, built in 1937. From Frances Laguiole region, famed for its expertly crafted knives, each of these steak knives are the work of a single master cutler and includes steel purchased from the Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District. Arriving in a signature wooden storage case with a bridge blueprint, the piece makes an exceptional gift and collector's item. Set includes four steak knives.
  • $49$159
    The graceful curves of a classic tulip silhouette make this piece a natural showcase for everything from seasonal salads to fresh fruit. From an acclaimed Vermont woodshop, the versatile bowl is hand made of American black walnut, a durable hardwood famous for its rich coloration and beautiful grain. Crafted from sustainably harvested American black walnut. A meticulous hand-rubbed finish gives the bowl a unique warmth and luster. From John McLeod Ltd.
  • $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.
  • $269.95$359.95
    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, their chefs knife has the power and precision you need for slicing, chopping, mincing and dicing.
  • $5
    Life in the kitchen is easier when you use the right tool for the task. Great for cooking and baking, our sturdy wooden spoon is perfectly proportioned for efficient mixing and stirring in shallower pans and bowls. Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams-Sonoma. Made of solid beechwood for lightweight durability. Safe for use with nonstick and other delicate finishes.
  • $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.
  • $39.95
    We love this classic wooden salad bowl for everyday meals and easygoing entertaining. As sturdy and affordable as it is attractive, it's crafted of durable mango wood a tropical hardwood with a rich color and beautiful grain. The wide, shallow shape makes it easy to toss leafy greens and other ingredients with dressing, so you enjoy perfectly balanced flavors. Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Crafted from sustainably harvested mango wood.
  • $68$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.
  • $129.95
    This generously sized stand makes a perfect backdrop for a bounty of party provisions. Arrange cheeses and hors doeuvres, cookies and cupcakes on its rustic wooden tiers. Handcrafted of mango wood with a powder-coated aluminum rod. Natural variations in the woods tone and grain make each one unique.
  • $50
    The perfect gift for anyone with a taste for olives, this set features a Le Creuset olive pot inspired by Mediterranean kitchen crocks. It's paired with a wooden fork and a jar of Bella Cucina antipasti olives, hand-prepared in small batches and steeped in garlic-scented extra-virgin olive oil with bay leaves. Gift set includes a jar of Bella Cucina farmhouse olives, 10-oz.-cap. enamel stoneware olive jar with olive design and lid and a wooden fork.
  • $7.95
    This mixing spoon has long been a favorite among French chefsand no wonder. Made of beech wood, it wont scratch non-stick pans, and its perfectly proportioned to stir and mix sauces, stews and soups in pots of any size. Made of durable beech wood. Keeps non-stick pans scratch-free. Hand-wash.
  • $499.95
    From Frances Laguiole region, famed for its expertly crafted knives, each of these steak knives is the work of a single master cutler whose craft begins with shaping the wood and concludes with fitting the blade. Set includes six handmade 4 1/2 steak knives and a wooden storage case. Blades are forged from ultrastrong Sandvick steel. The decorative chasing on the metal spine is the signature of the craftsman who made the knife.
  • $5
    Life in the kitchen is easier when you use the right tool for the task. Great for cooking and baking, our sturdy wooden spoon has a robust design that provides the extra heft you need when you're mixing stiff doughs or the ingredients for a hearty meatloaf. Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams-Sonoma. Made of solid beechwood for lightweight durability. Safe for use with nonstick and other delicate finishes.
  • $16.95
    We love these classic wooden salad servers for everyday meals and easygoing entertaining. As sturdy and affordable as they are attractive, they're crafted of durable mango wood a tropical hardwood with a rich color and beautiful grain. These handy servers are the perfect tools for tossing your greens and dressing, then transferring individual portions to a salad plate or bowl. Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Crafted from sustainably harvested mango wood.
  • Sugg. Price: $54.80$55.80 Our Price: $42.95$49.95
    When we set out to design our own line of wooden cooking spoons, we stayed true to the "function first" philosophy of our founder, Chuck Williams. The wood is tumbled to create an ultra-smooth finish, and the gently tapered handle feel comfortable in the hand for a range of tasks. These spoons are beautiful enough to use at the table for serving. Set of four includes 12" spoon, 14" spoon, 12" blunt-end spoon and 12" slotted spoon. Made of maple or Walnut.
  • Sugg. Price: $175 Our Price: $139.95
    Distinguished by beautifully finished wooden handles, Wsthof's Ikon Blackwood series combines exceptional workmanship with an aesthetically striking design. This stylish German knife maneuvers easily around the bones of raw poultry and meats, featuring a narrow, curved blade for maximum control when separating meat from bone. The sharp, tapered point assists with trimming fat and cutting tendons. Knife is precision forged from a single piece of sturdy high-carbon steel that resists stains and corrosion.
  • $6.95
    Drizzle honey into tea or onto biscuits or toast with this classic wooden dipper. Made of maple. Hand-wash. 7" long. Made in USA.
  • $5
    Life in the kitchen is easier when you use the right tool for the task. Perfect for everything from stirring batters to sauces and soups, our sturdy wooden spoon is equipped with a long handle to help you reach deep into pots and mixing bowls. Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams-Sonoma. Made of solid beechwood for lightweight durability. Safe for use with nonstick and other delicate finishes.
  • Sugg. Price: $229.95$313 Our Price: $229.95$249.95
    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. In Japan, using a kiritsuke is a sign of a master chef.
  • Sugg. Price: $200 Our Price: $99.95
    These steak knives are distinguished by a unique inverted double serration on the blade edge, so they won't tear meat as you cut into it. Featuring large wooden handles inspired by the knives used in steakhouses, the boxed set makes an excellent gift. Blades are durable high-carbon steel with full tangs. The blade's inverted double serration doesn't tear food and retains its sharpness well. Palisander wood handles are generously sized steakhouse-style.
  • $59$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.
  • $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.
  • $9.95
    We love these classic wooden salad bowls for everyday meals and easygoing entertaining. As sturdy and affordable as they are attractive, they're crafted of durable mango wood a tropical hardwood with a rich color and beautiful grain. Perfect for individual portions of salad, you can also use these versatile bowls for serving nuts and other cocktail nibbles. Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Crafted from sustainably harvested mango wood.
  • $12.95$14.95
    When we set out to design our own line of wooden cooking spoons, we stayed true to the "function first" philosophy of our founder, Chuck Williams. The wood is tumbled to create an ultra-smooth finish, and the gently tapered handle feels comfortable in the hand for a range of tasks. This blunt-end spoon is ideal for making sauces and gravies, as it serves as both stirrer and scraper. Blunt-end spoon reaches into corners and along edges and bottoms of pans. Made of maple or walnut.
  • $39
    These sculptural utensils are just what you need for tossing and serving saladsfrom leafy greens to colorful medleys of fresh fruit. They're hand made of American black walnut, a hardwood famous for its natural strength, rich coloration and beautiful grain. Crafted from sustainably harvested American black walnut. A meticulous hand-rubbed finish gives the servers their unique warmth and luster. From John McLeod Ltd. of Vermontmakers of top-quality wooden kitchenware since 1967. Set of two.
  • $9.95$14.95
    When we set out to design our own line of wooden cooking spoons, we stayed true to the "function first" philosophy of our founder, Chuck Williams. The wood is tumbled to create an ultra-smooth finish, and the gently tapered handle feels comfortable in the hand for a range of tasks. This all-purpose wooden spoon is beautiful enough to use at the table for serving. Made of maple or walnut. Handle is shaped like an artists paintbrush for a comfortable grip.
  • Sugg. Price: $313 Our Price: $249.95
    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 encased between two layers of stainless steel. A smaller version of the sobakiri (soba noodle knife), the menkiri has a long, straight edge that creates stability when cutting straight down.
  • $7
    Life in the kitchen is easier when you use the right tool for the task. Designed especially for cooking and serving long strands of pasta, our sturdy wooden pasta fork has gently rounded tines that grip noodles without tearing them. Use it for stirring pasta to prevent sticking during cooking, then bring it to the table for dishing up hearty portions. Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams-Sonoma. Made of solid beechwood for lightweight durability.
  • $229.95$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, their santoku combines the functions of a chefs knife and cleaver.