Daisy Dear, Triplets - Dugan
Daisy Dear and Triplets are very similar patterns: Daisy Dear has four flowers with leaves around the exterior while Triplets has three. Shown above are a purple Daisy Dear ruffled bowl and a marigold jack-in-the-pulpit shape. To the left is a peach opal tri-ruffled bowl showing its plain interior. But it is marked 1909.

Because the interiors are plain, neither pattern is much in demand unless a unique color presents itself. Found frequently in marigold, peach opal and purple. Other colors such as aqua, sapphire blue and vaseline have been reported.