From 1925-1935 W.T. Copeland and Sons, known as Copeland Spode, partnered with the very popular British artist Lionel Edwards (1878-1966) to create a collection of transferware hunt scenes (approx. 12 images) with the pattern known as Edwards Hunting Colour, depicting scenes from the fox hunting life. This plate shows a pack of hunters in the field traversing a hedged fence with an unfortunate mishap and a horseless rider; “Gone Away” most likely refers to the missing rider! 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. C1920s, made in England, measures 9 inches round.