Seen here is a "Domestic Cattle" 9 inch plate by an unknown maker, ca. 1820. The series has a different center pattern on nearly each size and shape. It is most commonly found printed in blue. Notice the nests with eggs in the border.
Dutch Delft blue and white landscape-decorated bombé oblong octagonal tureen and cover, 19th century.
Pearlware 4.5 inch child's plate with a shell edge, ca. 1820. The bird is a martin or window swallow. The image was copied from Thomas Bewick's 1797 "A History of British Birds: Volume I. Land Birds." See www.transcollectorsclub.org