- Laguiole 20-Piece Flatware Set $199.95
- Laguiole Mocha Spoons, Set of 4 $29.95 – $49.95
- Kingham Open Stock Flatware Collection $4.95 – $29.95
- Aston Flatware $49.95 – $519.95
- Beau Manoir Flatware Set $59.95 – $215.95
- Westbury Satin Flatware Set $39.95 – $139.95
- Westbury Flatware Set $39.95 – $399.95
- Flute Mirror Flatware Set $39.95 – $139.95
- Flute Satin Flatware Set $39.95 – $139.95
- Absolu Flatware Set $79.95 – $287.95
- Nouveau Flatware Value Set $79.95
- Brasserie Flatware Value Set $79.95
- Fortessa Lucca Faceted Flatware Set $44.95 – $161.95
- Hampstead Flatware Set $69.95 – $249.95
- Milady Flatware Set $69.95 – $249.95
- Townsend 20-Piece Flatware Set $69.95
- Sinclair 20-Piece Flatware Set $79.95
- Fortessa Arezzo Brushed Flatware Set $39.95 – $139.95
- Fortessa Arezzo Brushed Gold Flatware Set $79.95 – $287.95
- Whitby Flatware Set $49.95 – $399.95
- Linea 20-Piece Flatware Set $69.95
- Lutecia Gold 20-Piece Flatware Set $99.95
- Lutecia 20-Piece Flatware Set $69.95
- Cupola Flatware Flatware Set $79.95 – $287.95
- Alton Flatware Set $119.95 – $429.95
- Soiree Mirror Flatware Set $59.95 – $215.95
- Aaron Flatware Set $39.95 – $319.95
- Provisions 36-Piece Flatware Set Sugg. Price $89.95 Sale $59.99
- Laguiole Flatware Sets $89.95 – $463.95
- Laguiole Olivewood Flatware Set $79.95 – $299.95
- Vintage Roma Flatware Set $59.95 – $179.95
- Vista Hammered Copper Flatware Set $39.95 – $143.95
- Fortessa Arezzo Mirror Flatware Set $39.95 – $139.95
- Soiree Satin Flatware Set $59.95 – $215.95
- Design Crew Basics Flatware Set $12
- Vista Hammered Silver Flatware Set $39.95 – $143.95
- Lynden 5-Piece Flatware Set $125
- Argent Orfévres St. Laurent 5-Piece Dinnerware Set $100
- Kingham Open Stock Dinner Fork $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Dinner Knife $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Dinner Spoon $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Steak Knife $9.95
- Kingham Open Stock Butter Knife $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Coffee Spoon $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Iced Tea Spoon $4.95
- Kingham Open Stock Teaspoon $4.95
- Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Spoon $3
- Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Fork $3
- Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Knife $4
- Hampstead Teaspoon, Set of 4 $49.95
- Absolu Teaspoon, Set of 4 $79.95
- Alton Teaspoon, Set of 4 $89.95
- Riva Spoons, Set of 6 Sugg. Price $36.95 Sale $17.99
- Riva Knives, Set of 6 Sugg. Price $42.95 Sale $19.99
- Japanese Chopsticks, Set of 5 $22.95
- Luxe Wooden Flatware Chest $59.95
- Laguiole 22-Piece Flatware Set, Wood $2,699.95
- Laguiole 28-Piece Flatware Set, Wood $3,499.95
- Laguiole 22-Piece Flatware Set, Horn $3,199.95
- Laguiole 28-Piece Flatware Set, Horn $3,999.95
- Copper Flatware Caddy Sugg. Price $59.95 Sale $46.99
- Olivewood Flatware Caddy $74.95
- AERIN Woven Silver Flatware Caddy $69.95
- Nito Flatware Caddy $49.95
- White Hapao Flatware Caddy $49.95
- Nito All-Purpose Caddy $59.95
When To Get New Silverware and Flatware
Since your tableware gets used every day -- if not multiple times each day -- it's vital to have silverware and flatware sets you love. It's likely you'll have a fine dining set of utensils, too, perhaps in sterling or with horn inlay. Consider your flatware needs and discover when it's time to pick up new forks, knives and spoons.
What Is Silverware and Flatware?
Flatware is the set of utensils used for eating. Silverware is flatware or cutlery made of or coated in the metal silver.
- Flatware consists of forks, spoons and knives. By contrast, serveware are the bigger forks and spoons meant for serving food.
- When you buy flatware in sets, you get two forks, two spoons and one knife. An extra spoon is for soup. An extra fork is for salad.
- Silverware can be a catch-all term for flatware, but technically is flatware with silver coating or made of solid sterling.
- You can also choose flatware with copper handles, a goldtone finish or other creative looks.
Milestone Moments Call for New Tableware
Life is full of important moments when you should have special flatware to set your table. There are also times when selecting a service or receiving a gift of flatware is traditional.
- When couples marry, they often place flatware sets on their registry. When you register your wedding with Williams Sonoma, you also get to include gifts from Pottery Barn and west elm.
- When you buy a new home, it's a great time to fill new drawers or hutches with a special set.
- If one of your children gets married, you might gift them an heirloom set of silverware. You can replace the set you gifted with a new set for your own home.
Selecting An Everyday Set of Flatware
For everyday flatware, select a design and finish you love. Take a few tips for shopping.
- Choose balanced utensils. The bottoms of knives should be lightweight or of equal weight to the handle.
- Ensure you like the size of the tines. This is personal to you. Some people like three tines. Some like four.
- Four is generally most comfortable for dining, but if you have young children, you might want to accommodate them with their own set.
- Consider looks. If you love copper utensils, but your partner likes stainless steel, you might get both and alternate using each set for different occasions. Also, make sure you like the shape of the handle.
The best time to select everyday flatware is when you decide you want a new set. Enjoy shopping for new utensils and let yourself add serving pieces and more to your set with time.