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Hand Hammered Woks Comparison: Williams Sonoma and Wokshop.

Chemicalkinetics | Feb 3, 201207:53 PM     84

We had a couple of posts regarding hand hammered woks, and I happened to have bought two recently: one from Williams Sonoma:
http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produc...

and one from the SF Wokshop
http://www.wokshop.com/HTML/products/...

I have attached a few photos for both woks. The first four photos are from the Willams Sonoma wok, and the last three belongs to the Wokshop wok.

One thing you will notice is that the Williams Sonoma official photo does not really look like the actual wok. The Williams Sonoma wok is thinner and lighter. It has more subtle hammered patterns, while the Wokshop one has a more pronounced look. Enjoy.

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