The pattern originated back to 1972 the artist Ted Benson used it for the Portland shape formal dining collection. The floral spray of countryside wild flowers came from inspiration of the Pembroke design of 1933 where record sales established the pattern also Benson was responsible for the deisgn of the Wild Tudor also produced today in giftware.
The earliest printed record we hold is the 1986 catalogue
Some of the earlier pieces had green base stamps and only a red butterfly.
The most expensive piece has to be the soup tureen retailing at £300.