Oneida Silverplate Flatware
CORONATION Pattern (Hampton Court)
Set of 6 French Blade Knives
circa 1930's


Measures ~ 9 1/2" in length
Silverplate knives w/ stainless blades and ribbed handles
Art Deco style pattern modeled after the carvings of Grinling Gibbons at Hampton Court
Slightly used - may contain minor scratches and surface blemishes

The "Coronation" pattern was introduced in 1936 to commemorate the crowning of King Edward VIII in England.  Although the coronation never took place as Edward abdicated the crown to marry his love, Wallace Simpson. an American socialite.  The flatware was also marketed in Canada and Great Britain, where it is known by the name "Hampton Court."