Fostoria’s American pattern produced two 3-Toed 3-Corner Centerpieces. The bigger one is approximately 11″ across, with a height of about 3¾”. The smaller piece is approximately 6″ across. There is little difference in the design of the two pieces, other than their size. The smaller 6″ dish was not produced for as many years as the larger 11″ dish; therefore, it is quite common for the smaller variation to actually cost more than the larger sized Centerpiece.
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