The Spode Woodland pattern was first introduced in 1990, but the pattern is actually a combination of two older Spode patterns. The border pattern is taken from Spode's British Flowers which was a late introduction of the Spode period dating from about 1831. This border design was used in many varied ways with other center designs. One such pattern was number S135 of 1933, a Game Service, from which Woodland takes its inspiration. Crafted of high-quality earthenware with protective glaze.