We are very pleased to offer this very rare French porcelain plate made by Adolphe Hache & Pepin LeHalluer, of Paris and Vierzon. They produced fine porcelain wears from 1842 - 1894. Their wares were considered the finest in decorative porcelain. They were in competition with Sevres, competing against each other in the Paris exposition of 1878. The factory was very famous in Europe. This 8 1/4" diameter plate features a rosy cheeked man playing the bagpipes in the center with dancing men, women and children around the outside border. There are also leaping frogs and two children on an old stick horse. The factory mark is pictured. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.