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1964 – Silverware Christmas Tree

Give a set of Oneida for Christmas

To continue the mid-century Christmas tree theme, here is an ad from Oneida showing their collection of silverware. A matched set of silverware was of great importance to mid-century households. Why not buy a set for a loved one for Christmas?

So shining, so bright . . . and so right for Christmas!
Solid stainless by Oneida silversmiths

Patterns included

  • Lasting Rose
  • Shasta
  • Tempo
  • Textura
  • Cantata
  • Frostfire
  • Driftwood

A 50 piece service for 8 cost $39.95 in 1964. Oneida still sells a variety of flatware patterns. Here’s a sampling.

Oneida silverware ad – Ladies Home Journal December 1964 – Vintage Christmas on MidCenturyPage.com

1 comment on “1964 – Silverware Christmas Tree

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