Most oldish Dartington boxes are quite simple affairs with a picture of what's inside and the appropriate words.
Last week I bought a boxed "DAISY" butter platter FT214. The box features a rather attractive painting by Kim Thrower of the platter in use with a formal garden scene seen through a curtained window. Kim Thrower can only have been in his early '20s when he painted this.
Did he paint a whole series for the boxes of this range? Was this his earliest commercial artwork?