8-3/8" meat serving fork in the beautiful vintage Coronation silverplate flatware pattern. This is a highly collectible pierced pattern introduced by Oneida Community in 1936 and you can see the Art Deco influence in the design of the handles and in the segmented bowl. There are ridges running down the length of each handle which end at a pierced floral section just before the smooth, squared off end.
CONDITION: Excellent! no plate loss; pattern is crisp; looks beautiful on the table; - Gently hand polished, hand washed & dried.
Design Style: Art Deco
Backstamp: Community or Community Plate
HISTORY OF THE PATTERN:
The Coronation pattern was introduced to commemorate the crowning of King Edward VIII in England (which never did happen). The flatware was also marketed in Canada and Great Britain, where it is known by the name Hampton Court.
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