Oneida Mooncrest 45-Piece Flatware Set, Service for 8

Frame an everyday dinnerware pattern or complement a dressy special-occasion table with the clean, gently rounded lines of Oneida’s Mooncrest flatware. Made of quality 18/0 stainless steel with a lustrous mirror polish, this durable yet elegant design features slightly elongated working ends balanced by slender flared handles with softly pointed tips. The curved edges make for a comfortable fit in the hand, and the relatively flat profiles create a low-key, sophisticated look. Affordable as well as enduringly stylish, Mooncrest offers an easy way to smarten up dining experiences for years to come.

Oneida Mooncrest 45-Piece Flatware Set

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This 45-piece set offers service for eight, and each place setting includes a salad/dessert fork, place fork, place knife, place spoon, and teaspoon. The set also includes a serving spoon, pierced serving spoon, meat fork, butter knife, and sugar spoon for a well-coordinated table. Mooncrest is dishwasher-safe and comes with Oneida’s 25-year warranty.

Customer Reviews

59 of 63 people found the following review helpful

By Chick Daniels on June 29, 2009

Followed directions, and it rusted after first trip through the dishwasher. Returned item. We had noticed that the forging was poor, as you could see pitted marks right out of the package.
39 of 41 people found the following review helpful

By Sharon on September 1, 2010

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I have a set of Oneida Mooncrest for four, and I ordered this set to have more place settings. My original set was made in Indonesia in May 2010, and it is wonderful. It has a nice heavy hand. It is elegant enough to be used for a fancy dinner, yet plain enough to be used for every day. The set I ordered from Amazon.com was made in China in February 2009. Some pieces have pocks in the metal. Some pieces of the same type – ie. salad forks, dinner spoons – are different sizes, thicknesses, and shapes. I didn’t even unpack all the pieces because I was so disappointed. I think it is because of poor quality control in the manufacturing location. (The location and date of manufacture is stamped on the back of the pieces.) The packaging says the pieces were manufactured in China, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and/or USA. I think I will be returning the set I got through Amazon.com.
89 of 101 people found the following review helpful

By GSM on October 18, 2007

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Hello fellow amazonians,

Since I’m benefitting from the reviews of others, I might as well give one myself. So here’s my take on this product:

I sure can recommend this Oneida silverware set. It’s probably not the highest quality (18/10 steel, other Oneida sets would have some higher value I think), which is adequately reflected in the price. My set does show some “darkening” streaks… maybe I should better say that it just doesn’t shine as much anymore as when it was new (having it for 1.5 years now, no dishwasher though). My personal take is that this “darkening” (on single pieces only, I should add) is due to what I perceive as the lower quality of the steel — which may or may not be true, I’m speaking as a lay person obviously. Having said all this: this is a very appealing design, doesn’t look neither too casual nor too chic, it weighs very well in one’s hand and is balanced well, and the knives cut well. Overall I think this is a very good value for the price. After having debated whether I should buy a higher quality steel for a second set, I decided to buy another set of the Moonchrest, because it simply looks very good (received even compliments on it), and is functional enough for daily use and classy enough to serve guests with. You can tell, I’m happy with my choice. If I had a wish, though, I would have liked the Moonchrest design in that higher value steel that most Oneida silverware products are made of (that’s why I gave four instead of five stars, because to me it’s not the “perfect” product).

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful

By A. Combs on December 26, 2010

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When my finance and I were setting up a house, I found some Oneida on clearance at a store going out of business. I bought it for a steal and was very happy. But as time went on, spoons were lost, forks misplaced, etc and we were frequently running out of silverware between dishwasher runs. So here we are a couple years later I decided to get another set. I purchased this as it looked the most similar to what we had and were happy with.

Boy was I wrong! This is WAY nicer than what we had–much sturdier and so pretty! Even my husband, who isn’t known for his his attention to details such as silverware, commented on how much he liked it. We both love it. We aren’t fancy people (no fancy china or anything) but this will look nice for those few dinner parties we do host. Plus it makes scooping out hard ice cream and serving foods much easier. It is simple, yet elegant and feels great in your hand–nice weight, but not unwieldly.

In fact, we were SO pleased with the new set that we decided to get another set with some Christmas $ and give the old set away. However, I paid $54 for the 8-person/45-piece set on Dec 8, 2010 (with free shipping) on Amazon and here we are on Dec 26th and it has now jumped to over $90 when you factor in shipping through Target! I was disappointed and although I was happy with it, I’m not willing to pay almost double less than a month later for the same exact product. My advice would be to add it to your cart and wait for it to be sold by Amazon again in the $50-60 range and snap it up!

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