This stunning plate was once part of a much larger collection of table settings that were produced by W.T. Copeland & Sons (Copeland Spode) from 1925-1935. The pattern is listed as the Edwards Hunting Colour and pieces from this setting are highly collectible today. This transferware plate image is taken from a painting done by British artist Lionel Edwards (1878-1966) and depicts a yellow-coated huntsman forging a stream in the field with his hounds-the term “halloa” was often used to urge on hounds in a hunt. Gilt-lined border with artificial wood grain trim, this plate is in very good condition with some light wear to the front and back due to age. C1930s, made in England, measures 9 inches round.