6pc Sheffield Design Community Ascot Silver Plate Tea Coffee Serving Set



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Mid century 6 piece Sheffield Design Reproduction by Community silver plate tea set, including a large handled / footed tray, tea pot and coffee pot with hinged lids, cream pitcher, waste pot, and lidded sugar bowl. Decorated with molded and etched scallops / florals.

"Oneida Silversmiths arose out of the utopian Oneida Community, which was established in Oneida, New York, in 1848. The Oneida Association (later Oneida Community) was founded by a small group of Christian Perfectionists led by John Humphrey Noyes, Jonathan Burt, George W. Cragin, Harriet A.Noyes, George W. Noyes, John L. Skinner and a few others. In 1880, after more than 30 years operating as a commune, the Oneida Community voted to transfer much of the common property to a joint-stock company (one of the earliest in the U.S.) to be known as Oneida Community Ltd. effective January 1, 1881. Oneida Community started production of silver-plated flatware and hollow-ware in 1899 using the "Community Plate" mark. Oneida Community purchased the Wm A. Rogers and 1881 Rogers companies in 1929 and started producing a somewhat lower-quality line of products using those companies’ marks. In 1935, Oneida Community changed its name to Oneida Ltd. During the First World War, it produced ammunition clips, lead-plated gas shells, combat knives, and surgical instruments; during World War II, the company added army trucks, aircraft survival kits, and even jet engine parts to its manufacturing repertoire. The company then managed an innovative transition to the manufacture of stainless steel flatware in 1961. By the 1980s, Oneida made at least half of all flatware purchased in the United States. At the end of the 1990s, the company encountered tough economic times, however it still tried to hold on to its mantle as the last remaining US-based manufacturer of flatware, knives, forks, and spoons. In the early 2000's Oneida Limited transitioned from its manufacturing history and focused on design and marketing of its products that are globally sourced. Sales, marketing, advertising, procurement, customer service, legal and operational support is also still based in Oneida, New York. The company was taken private in 2006. Oneida no longer operates manufacturing in the United States.


Good Overall - Some tarnish/gentle wear


Largest Piece (Tray) - 30.5" x 17.75" x 2.25" / Smallest Piece (Waste Bowl) - 6.75" x 4.25" x 4.5" (Width x Depth x Height)