These two luncheon forks are silver plated and are from the mid century modern era. They are plain with beveled sides. Signed Oneida Silversmiths on the back. They have a monogram (see photo) that are initials but I can't figure them out. They sort of look like trunk down elephants. They are 7 3/8 inches long and have the usual usage marks and scratches but no silver wear. These might be restaurant or airline silver but I can't make out the monogram.