Williams Sonoma’s Labor Day Sale Has Unbeatable Deals on Le Creuset, All-Clad, Staub, and More Big Brands

published Aug 24, 2023
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It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the start of summer with Memorial Day, but now, the end of the season is upon us as Labor Day arrives. Wild, right? We don’t know where the time went, but we’re just as excited for fall to get here (especially when it comes to the weather) as we were for summer. But, in addition to the significantly more bearable temperatures, Labor Day marks many other things: School is back in session, for one, and spooky season is just around the corner. Not to mention, it’s never too early to start prepping for the winter holidays — but we’re getting a bit ahead of ourselves here.

Labor Day also brings about tons of stellar sales on cookware and other kitchen items. Now is the perfect time to grab some of the pricier products that you’ve been eyeing, because odds are they’re going for way less than they usually do. Williams Sonoma should be your first stop if you want to ring in the new season with some marked down products, which include offerings from Le Creuset, All-Clad, and more editor-favorite brands. Check our favorites out below!

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1 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

Contributor Lisa Freedman tried out Staub’s brasier as a part of a set, and it quickly earned a spot as one of her everyday pieces of cookware, since it’s perfect for pan-frying and making sauce, as well. “The brasier is great for braises, obviously. In addition, I’ve also been using mine as a skillet and a sauté pan, too,” she noted.

2 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $129.95

We’ll be the first to tell you: You really can’t go wrong with All-Clad. They last for decades and churn out fantastic results every time. This NS1 does, too, requiring less oil when frying eggs, searing and browning meat, and sautéing veggies and heating up fast and consistently with its hard-anodized aluminum body.

3 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $125.00

Another brand we’re huge fans of? Le Creuset, which delivers pieces that not only look amazing on your stovetop with tons of vibrant colors, but also distribute heat evenly and hold up for a long time. This set is especially ideal for serving and entertaining, especially if you’re hosting a barbecue — the lid doubles as a tray that can hold food right off the grill.

4 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

We decided that GreenPan definitely lived up to the hype when we took several of their ceramic nonstick pieces for a spin, so we have no doubt that their stainless-steel saucepan delivers as well. Warp-resistant and dishwasher-safe, this versatile pan can handle all your soups and sauces.

5 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $49.95

This one is especially useful for cooking turkey during the holidays. With a base that can also be used as a baking pan, you can broil food on the slatted piece, and the drippings will gather on the other piece below.

6 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $200.00

This high-carbon steel knife is pro chef and cookbook author Ina Garten’s favorite. When The Kitchn interviewed her, she said that “they’re pretty expensive, but they last a lifetime. That’s why I say, ask for one as a gift or buy one at a time.”

7 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $54.95

These durable kitchen shears will give you the cleanest cut possible, and they also happen to be a four-in-one item, featuring a built-in jar opener, nutcracker, and bottle opener in the design.

8 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $74.95

You won’t find a pepper mill as cute or statement-making as this one! Made of beech wood with an aluminum grinding mechanism, you turn its ear to dispense the ground salt or pepper.

9 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $368.00

This sauté pan is a versatile workhorse, since it is shallow enough for searing and sautéing and deep enough for slow-cooking. Made of the brand’s signature enameled cast iron, which resists wear, it’ll be a staple in your kitchen for years.

10 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $34.95

A classic! What better way to serve a salad than with a timeless and spacious wooden bowl? The acacia wood is dense and durable, and it has the added benefit of looking gorgeous on a table.