New Kitchenware Freshens Williams Sonoma’s Assortment

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Staub's new cast iron pumpkin cocotte.

With the summer season in full swing and retailers beginning to shift their focus to back-to-school and the fourth quarter, Williams Sonoma is highlighting a host of new items across several key categories.

Home culinarians looking to upgrade their assortment of kitchenware have a host of new choices in cookware, bakeware, kitchen electrics, kitchen tools, cutlery and tabletop among other categories. Below we have highlighted a few items that caught our eye.

Fall will be here before you know. With seasonality an important factor in the types of kitchenware purchased, Staub’s Pumpkin Cocotte captures this trend. Made in France, the Cocotte is a great choice for slow-cooking seasonal soups, stews, pot roasts and braises. Its enamel coasting is said to provide superior performance, style and durability.


Baking season is just around the corner and having a quality stand mixer will make the job a bit easier. The Professional 6500 Design Series mixer is the first to combine a glass bowl with the bowl-lift mechanism that is preferred by many professional bakers. The unit features KitchenAid’s quietest motor and is offered in a variety of high-gloss metallic colors. The mixer is made in the United States in Greenville, Ohio. 

Having the right knife is important for meal preparation. Keeping your cutlery stored safely and properly is equally important. Shun’s Bamboo Knife Tray holds 14 small and large knives plus a honing steel. The compact design fits easily in most kitchen drawers, leaving room for other utensils. 

Make the happiest cookies on earth with the Mickey Mouse silicone spatula and baking set. The stainless-steel cutters create six Disney characters and detailed impressions that capture their animated expressions. Piping bags and decorating tips help you embellish the cookies with colorful icings.

Cut fresh tomatoes into uniform slices and wedges with this all-in-one tool. Simply place a tomato in the guide cup, insert one of the two blades and press. The slices and wedges land softly in the cup, keeping countertops neat and clean.