Fiesta (which a lot of people call Fiesta ware) was introduced and is still mainly produced in a variety of solid colors, although a few vintage Fiesta lines have a minimal scroll edge decoration. -- However, there were some decal-decorated Fiesta platters, mostly for holidays -- I have seen one with a decal of 3 Christmas trees in the center of a large platter. I haven't seen any vintage or new patterns with a lady, but I haven't checked a collectors book, either. You'd have to check a collectors pattern book for the company that manufactures Fiesta, which is Homer Laughlin. Homer Laughlin produced several lines of Fiesta, under different names per line, plus other non-Fiesta patterns and china products. There are several books on the company's product lines since they started in the late 1800's. (They first put out Fiesta in 1936.) These books are available on Amazon.com. Or, you can contact the company directly, I suppose, either by phone or email. Here is a link for their website, and there is contact info at the very bottom of the Home page: http://www.fiestafactorydirect.com/Default.aspx?