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Post  mrnarna Wed 20 Oct - 17:02

Daisy Pattern  Dasiyy

as requested

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Post  Ev Wed 20 Oct - 17:07

Yay!! Yes that's the one that gets called daffodils .... couldn't see any daffs myself Wink
Thought you would know what I was chatting about narna :narna:
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Daisy Pattern  Empty Allergic to Daisies

Post  Jeremy Ashford Tue 19 Nov - 23:13

Daisy pattern was pretty popular back in the day.
My mum had them. We always called them Daisy mugs.

Recently since I've been collecting castware mugs I've heard these called other things but always forgotten what people have said because Daisy is so deeply ingrained.
To be honest I didn't like them back then, and to me they stand out against the other four-digits (which I was oblivious to as a teenager) as some sort of invader.

Curiously, when I showed a photo of my castware mugs to a friend in Auckland he had the same reaction to the Daisy mug as me. I guess I'm just going to have to get over it.

All the other Daisy stuff invokes the same response in me, EXCEPT mrnarna's Daisy Jug: that coffee pot is brilliant!

(Another one to get over is Echo which was in production when I did my school holiday stint at CL. Instant dislike. I've read and heard such good things about it but you won't see me collecting it for a long time yet, which knowing me probably means next week.)
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