Yep , what they said , don't buy sets .
Get the two ot three basic tools for what you intend starting off doing , and then get more as you go .
Sets have a few drawbacks .
The handles are all the same , and whilst that looks pretty , when you are reaching for a tool in the rack , or on the shaving covered bench , it gets frustrating picking up the wrong one , two or three times .
The handles /tools are all the same length , and as time goes by , the wrong length .
Unless you splash out big big money , the sets are not made of the best materials .
Along with two or three quality tools , buy a dedicated bench grinder with the correct fine wheels , and unless you are highly skilled at tool sharpening , as in maybe do it as part of a full time occupation , get a sharpening jig to go with it .
The two sets you have pictured are made from steel flat bar stock .
Check out tools made with round bar stock
This sort of stuff
woodturning chisels gouges round bar stock