The 3-Toed Bon Bon is another beautiful piece in the Fostoria American pattern. The 3-Toed Bon Bon is approximately 7″ across. Still relatively easy to find in the aftermarket, this piece was produced up until about 1983. This dish has a variety of usages – limited only by your imagination. There is also a Look-Alike piece in the American Whitehall pattern; however, there are differences between the two.
While a Bon-Bon is typically a sweet candy or confection dish, other stand-alone appetizers could also be served on this beautiful piece of crystal. I often use the 3-Toed Bon Bon when planning a Spring or Easter-themed tablescape. They make perfect little servers for petite Malted Milk Eggs. Resting on some Easter grass, the pastel-colored eggs make a nice presentation and look delightful.
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Whitehall also made a similar piece, and it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between the two. To learn more about their differences, I encourage you to purchase and read this digital PDF report.
Want to learn more about the Fostoria American glassware pattern? Please visit www.FostoriaAmerican2056.com; it’s a great reference website on the American pattern- Line 2056.