Offered in services for 4, beautiful vintage dinner set of Oneida Community Plate Rendezvous aka Old South silverplate flatware, up to a service for 12 available. Old South is a fancy floral Art Deco pattern with lovely detailing covering the entire edge of the handle. It was introduced in 1938, just before World War II. Because the ornate pattern was more costly to produce combined with the timing of its introduction, it is a more difficult pattern to find.
We are offering the sets in services of 4, so you can choose if you would like a service for 4, 8, or 12. Just pick the quantity desired (you can see at the upper right above the 'add to cart' button how many services for 4 are available).
Each service for 4 includes a total of 20 pieces which are as follows:
4 Hollow Handle Dinner Knives 9-5/8" with French Style Stainless Blades
4 Dinner Forks 7-5/8"
4 Oval Bowl Soup Spoons 7-3/8"
4 Salad or Dessert Forks 6-3/8"
4 Teaspoons 6-1/4"
All pieces are marked "Community Plate" except the knives which are marked "Community Stainless" on the blades. Please note that this pattern also came with the Wm. A Rogers backstamp but these pieces are all the Community Plate version.
If you are interested in adding serving spoons or other serving pieces to your set, I do have some available that are not listed. Please feel free to inquire!
Buy a flatware silverware chest with your order and save with combined discounted shipping. Chests are available separately.
CONDITION: This dinner set is in very good, beautiful condition. No Monograms. No dents or bends in the metal. Just the normal light fine surface scratching you would expect to find with a used set and some little scratches on some of the fork tines. The pieces are super shiny and clean with no dullness of the finish and no plate wear. Gently hand polished and then hand washed and dried so it is ready to be given as a gift or for your own use.
Price is for each basic service for 4 (20 pieces). If you want a service for 8, choose quantity 2, etc.