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Pitcher - Lemorange Lollipop Daisy


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Pitcher - Lemorange Lollipop Daisy
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Quench even the biggest of thirsts with a custom pitcher from Zazzle. Made of bright white porcelain, this pitcher looks amazing with your designs, photos, and text. Dishwasher and microwave safe this pitcher is ready for your next party!

  • Capacity: 561 ml.
  • Made of 100% white porcelain
  • Dishwasher safe and microwave safe
  • Imported. Printed in U.S.A.
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product's customisable design area measures 23.5 cm x 8.9 cm..
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Pitcher - Lemorange Lollipop Daisy
There are so many stories about the daisy. In literature, Goethe immortalised the daisy when Marguerite needed to know if Faust loved her as she plucked the daisy petals and said, "He loves me. He loves me not." The daisy received its scientific name, Bellis, from mythology. It is said that the guardian deity of the orchards pursued a young tree nymph without reciprocation. As she sought to escape him, the nymph asked the gods for help. The powerful king of Argos was grandfather to the nymph, so when she appealed to the gods for help, they transformed her into a tiny flower named Bellis, allowing her to escape a terrible fate. There is also a Christian legend involving this cheerful flower. It tells that the Wise Men, while on their journey to find the Baby Jesus requested a sign to help them find the actual birthplace once in Jerusalem. They noticed many clusters of small, white, daisies near a stable. Recognising the flower's resemblance to the star overhead, they knew they had found the Holy Family. The name, "Daisy" is thought to come from Anglo Saxon words "daes eage" meaning, literally, "day's eye". The daisy is believed, by some, to be the bringer of good fortune and blissful pleasure. Others say it symbolises innocence and purity. Along with the Sweet Pea, the Daisy is also one of APRIL's birth flowers. For such a simple little flower, the daisy has a long, impressive list of stories surrounding it. This particular kind of daisy, one of the "lollipop" family of daisies is nothing short of spectacular. Gerber daisies are the fifth most popular flower in the world. A large flower head encircles a thick inner circle of shorter petals that are often a different colour from the outer petals. This stunning bloom is predominantly yellow, with bi-colour (orange and yellow) inner petals. These colours are symbolic of the "sunshine of life" and "cheerfulness", respectively. The Egyptians believed the Gerberas symbolised a closeness to nature and devotion to the sun. The Celts, on the other hand, thought that Gerberas would lessen the sorrows and stresses of everyday life. This magnificent bloom is offered on a crisp, white backdrop. A gorgeous addition to your tea or coffee service, this beautiful pitcher also makes a stunning vase/centerpiece for your table, especially when filled with (what else?) glorious, yellow and orange lollipop daisies.
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