From my personal collection are these two examples below.
Copeland Spode, circa 1860 Duncan Rural Scenes with Hops Border
Did you recognize them? You're used to seeing them with my canine collection displayed on them.
Pretty lavender colored transferware by Burgess and Leigh in the Paris Plum pattern, circa 1870
Back to the more common type of meat drainer inserts. These next few examples are each paired with their respective meat platter.
From the Aesthetic Movement, this Doulton's piece is a wonderful polychrome example in the Oxford pattern, circa 1882.
19C Blue Willow adaptation
And again, from the Aesthetic Movement this pattern is Palmyra by Sampson Hancock & Sons, circa 1880's. I have several polychrome plates in my shop HERE where you can also read about the pattern and the potter.