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Oneida - Miscellaneous

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Oneida can trace its roots back to 1848 when John Humphrey Noyes found the Oneida Community located in upstate New York. The company earned its reputation for making fine silverware. In 1881, Oneida Community, Ltd was established. In the 1970s the company began to concentrate on stainless steel flatware and around 1983 it further diversified into dinnerware with the purchase of Buffalo China. It currently has facilities in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Australia.

Bridal Rose

Oneida silverplate pattern Bridal Rose dates back to 1911.

Oneida Bridal Rose Butter Knife/spreader

Bridal Wreath

Oneda made two Bridal Wreath patterns. This one is a silverplate pattern dating from 1915.

Oneida Bridal Wreath Salad Fork


Oneida Carlton silverplate pattern is from 1928. It was produced by Thelma/Hampton.

Oneida Carlton Demitasse Spoon


The Oneida Carnation silverplate pattern (produced by W. R. Silver) dates from 1908.

Oneida Carnation Teaspoon


Oneida silverplate pattern Coronation was introduced in 1936.

Oneida Coronation Child's Fork


June-Nursery is an Oneida silverplate pattern from 1934.

Oneida June-Nursery Baby Fork


Oneida's Primrose silverplate pattern dates back to 1915.

Oneida Primrose Butter Knife/Spreader

Royal Ballad

This Oneida stainless pattern was produced by Northland.

International Silver Company Windsor/Winsor Baby Spoon


Oneida/Heirloom Vivant is a sleek lined sterling silver pattern. It was produced from 1961 to 1972.

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