I have all purpose, daily use halters from Chick Saddlery. https://www.chicksaddlery.com/popula...with-nameplate
They are far from expensive, but are hard-working and wearing, yet they look nice on a horses head.
Available in various sizes, brown or black in color, with or without a nameplate attached....
Mine have a throatlatch snap and adjustable nose and a rolled throat appearance to them.
This is referred to as their "Sale Halter" because it is affordable you can send off a sold horse to new owners with a darn nice halter accompanying the horse.
The nameplate is able to accommodate 30 characters per line and can be max of 3 lines of smaller lettering. The less written on the plate the larger the letters..
I just put horses name so my plates are large letters and sharp looking imo.
Not a bad looking halter for $29.99 including nameplate or $22.99 without nameplate.
The pictures are from the above website for this halter.
Now if you want to buy a really quality halter...
I would suggest Perri's brand track halters or some of their finer line of tack as they too have a affordable and a quality line.
Amish tack is also often really nice quality leather strap goods, fantastic in finished appearances and affordable.
There are many nice leather halters available today from many places...it is the stock they start from and the finishing process that makes a really nice looking halter to show off your horse nicely.
Those truly top or better quality halters are not cheap...
My shipping halter would cost $100 minimum, probably $150+ to replace today...and no engraved plate on it either.
I also have a matching lead shank...another expense but so nice to have matching equipment you can so depend upon.