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Triplets, Dugan

Manufacturer: Dugan
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1913
Pattern Description: Three mold sections, each with a six-petaled open flower, a large veined leaf at its left, and other foliage. Inside the base is a duplicate of the other flowers.
Similar Patterns: Dugan Daisy Dear
About Triplets

Currently found is a small ruffled bowl about 7″ across. The pattern is on the exterior and very similar to the Daisy Dear pattern. Triplets have only three stemmed flowers equally spaced, while Daisy Dear has four. There are 8 ruffles on the bowls. There are bowls that are deeper and some call a hat These have 6 ruffles. The collar base contains the same flower pictured on the outside.
To quickly ID your Dugan back pattern, check this (see duganback).

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Here's the easy way to determine which Dugan pattern you have - look at the base!