I just picked up a footed Vietri bowl, and I'm having difficulty identifying it. As I said, it's footed, 12" across, and stands roughly 5-1/4" high (the height varies, as it's a bit tipped!). It's most reminiscent (to me) of the current Affresco line. Mostly cream, with yellow, orange and green decorations. There's a yellowish bunch of grapes with leaves (?) in the center of the bowl, with concentric patterns at the rim (green cross-pattern, and what appears to be hollow tapered sticks or branches, one inside the other, with curly-q vines forming the ring. This pattern (minus the grapes) is on the outside of the bowl as well. In addition, there are groups of three dots in the cram background, both inside and outside. Underneath is stamped "MADE IN ITALY FOR VIETRI HILLSBOROUGH, N.C." Does this ring a bell with anyone here? Thank you!!