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International Tableware 10 1/2" Porcelain American White Triangular Plate

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What is the difference between porcelin white and european white.as far as color is concerned...what it the weigh of each one. My No. is TR-10-EW they r $89 per case. do they come in different colors...Also, I put a salad plate on top of the dinner plate and a soup plate on top of that. Will the Salad plate fall in the dinner plate.because of the bottom, the way it shows, it has a curve in it.....thanks
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Thanks for contacting Tundra Restaurant Supply. We're happy to help with customer questions. In regards to the International Tableware TR-10-AW Triangular Plate - the difference between European White and American White is that the American White is more of an off-white, where the European White is what is more traditionally considered "white".

Each plate weighs approximately 2 lbs., and the plates only come in the European and American whites. Unfortunately I'm not exactly sure what you mean about the plate falling into a dinner plate, as I can't be sure which plates you're talking about in particular. I think it will all depend on the size and shape of the plates in question.
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does the large plate dip like a bowl or is it flat

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I apologize, but I'm not entirely sure what you mean by dip like a bowl. The International Tableware TR-10-AW Triangular Plate does have an indentation on the top (it is not flat), but I would not recommend using it as you would a bowl. Regarding the bottom of the plate, it does not dip any more than a traditional dinner plate would.

Thanks for contacting Tundra Restaurant Supply. Please let us know if this does not answer your question, and we will try to further assist you!
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