Two large decorative plates featuring Native Americans "White Horse" and "Spotted Wolf" each transfer print with much hand embellishment. On green grounds with gold highlights and marked verso Haynes, Balto.(Baltimore). The mark used by the Co. from 1880-90. White Horse was chief of the Kiowa and Spotted Wolf was reportedly at the Battle of Little Big Horn and took Custer's pistols as souvenirs. Size of both: 13" D Weight: 2lb 3.1oz Condition: Very good, craquelure to glaze, no chips or cracks. White Horse: White Horse (Kiowa: Tsen-tainte (? - 1892), was a chief of the Kiowa. White Horse attended the council between southern plains tribes and the United States at Medicine Lodge in southern Kansas which resulted in the Medicine Lodge Treaty. Despite his attendance at the treaty signing he conducted frequent raids upon other tribes and white settlers. In 1867 White Horse joined a war party of Comanches and Kiowas on a revenge raid against the Navajos, who were then living in exile on the reservation near Fort Sumner, New Mexico.