What to Buy Trending Products & Deals You Can Save Hundreds on Chef-Loved Knife Brands Right Now—If You Know Where to Look Get Wüsthof, Zwilling, Shun, and more up to 50% off. By Katie Macdonald Katie Macdonald Instagram Katie Macdonald is the senior editor of News & Deals for the Food & Drink Group. She has written over 600 articles on food trends, cooking techniques, recipe roundups, and product reviews. Food & Wine's Editorial Guidelines Published on March 5, 2022 Share Tweet Pin Email We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. Learn more. Photo: Williams Sonoma If you want high-quality knives with luxe details like stunning Damascus steel blades, balanced hardwood handles, or hand-sharpened edges, you have to pay equally high prices. Well, unless you know where to look. Those in the know are heading to Williams Sonoma's site, where you can add several top-notch knives to your cart at a steal. Right now, the kitchenware company is offering impressive deals on chef-loved brands like Wüsthof, Shun, Zwilling, and Global for a limited-time. Everything from nimble paring knives to space-saving block sets are up to 50% off. And Williams Sonoma is throwing in free shipping on all cutery to boot. These Are the Best Paring Knives for Every Home Cook, According to Our Tests You can find more than 50 discounts in Williams Sonoma's knife sale, and several deals caught our eye. Scroll down to learn more about our top picks, or check out the entire selection here before the special offer ends. Shun Premier 8-Inch Western Chef's Knife Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $170 (was $230) at Williams Sonoma Handcrafted in Japan, this 8-inch chef's knife has a distinctive hammered blade that is both beautiful and practical. Its texture helps release food while chopping, and its 34 layers of ultra-thin stainless steel are strong enough for heavy-duty tasks like slicing chicken bone and chopping squash. Normally $230, you can get it for $60 less right now. Zwilling Gourmet 8-Inch Chef's Knife Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $60 (was $90) at williams-sonoma.com Prefer a German-designed blade? Zwilling's 8-inch chef's knife is a bargain at $60 and has numerous five-star reviews on Williams Sonoma's site. Users praise how lightweight it feels, which means they don't get tired when prepping ingredients, and say it is "balanced and has a nice sharp edge." Global Classic 5-Piece Teikoku Knife Acrylic Block Set Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $300 (was $600) at williams-sonoma.com Global's knives are constructed from a single piece of stainless steel and have hollow handles filled with sand to keep them balanced yet lightweight. This four-blade set includes a bread knife, vegetable knife, utility knife, and an editor-approved chef's knife. You can save $300 on the sleek collection that comes in a bamboo block designed to show off. Global Classic 7-Inch Hollow-Ground Santoku Knife Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $100 (was $125) at williams-sonoma.com Santoku knives are designed with small dimples, or cullens, on the blade to prevent food from sticking. That's one of the reasons they're so handy for speedy chopping, dicing, and mincing. Executive Chef Kyle St. John of Harvest at The Ranch at Laguna Beach called this "a great knife for the price," and now it's just $100. Wüsthof Classic Ikon 8-Inch Bread Knife Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $100 (was $170) at williams-sonoma.com Effortlessly slice through crusty breads, juicy fruit, and soft cakes with this knife's serrated edge. It is forged from a single piece of strong high-carbon steel and features Wüsthof's unique Precision Edge Technology that promises a 20% sharper blade than similar knives. Shun Hikari 6-Inch Serrated Utility Knife Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $190 (was $235) at williams-sonoma.com For a more nimble blade with the same ability to slice without squishing, Shun's Hikari utility knife is a great option. The 6-inch knife has an edge that is hand-sharpened to a 16-degree angle, which one user said was able to achieve "paper thin tomato slices." It also has a lovely "hornet's nest" blade pattern from 71 micro layers of high-carbon, high-chromium stainless steel. Zwilling J.A Henckels Pro 7-Piece In-Drawer Knife Set Courtesy of Williams Sonoma $350 (was $400) at williams-sonoma.com There are quite a few reasons you might want Zwilling J.A. Henckels in-drawer knife set: it's space-saving, it's easier to grab the right blade, and it protects your cabinets and blades. And we saved the best one for last—it's 20% off. Was this page helpful? Thanks for your feedback! Tell us why! Other Submit More Fresh Finds from Food & Wine This Compact Breville Toaster Oven Is a Space-Saving Favorite, and It’s Almost 40% Off Right Now The Safest Way to Store Knives You've Probably Never Thought Of Does This Viral Sushi-Making Tool Actually Work?