Western Daisy, Dugan
Year(s) of Production: 1909-1913
Pattern Description: This exterior pattern of simple daisies is similar to Daisy Dear, the edge can have an interesting scallop and point.
Similar Patterns: Dugan's Daisy Dear and Triplets
The pattern is found on the exterior and the interior is plain. The bowls are dome footed and measure approximately 8″ to 9″ across. The edges are turned up and the fluting is interrupted equally four times by a single flute one inch higher than the rest of the edge of the bowl, Because of this unusual edge treatment it is amazing that any survived, and they can be difficult to find.
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