Daisy Dear, Dugan
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1909
Pattern Description: Four mold sections each with a five-petaled open flower, two fern-like fronds, and two broad leaves. Base: five balloon-like petals and a button center.
Similar Patterns: Dugan Triplets
This exterior pattern is frequently confused with Triplets, another external pattern. Found in small bowls (about 8″), the interior is plain. The edge treatments are ruffled or JIP (often called a hat shape). They have a smooth edge and a collar base that contains a flowers with balloon-like petals and a button center. It is found in quite a few colors, even Peach Opal.
To quickly ID your Dugan back pattern, check this (see duganback).
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