A pair of salad or dessert forks in the Louis XVI silverplate flatware pattern by Oneida, first produced in 1911. They're 6-1/2 inches long and have ornate raised scrolly medallions in the "bowls" below the tines. The raised oval cartouches near the handle tips have no monograms. One tine tip has a very slight bend (the fork to the left, far right tine) and both have small plate wear spots at the bottom heel. Marked Community Silver Triple Plus.
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