The Tyche bottle type is believed to have been based on the colossal bronze statue of the Tyche of Antioch made by Eutychides, a pupil of Lysippos, circa 296 B.C. For similar Tyche vessels cf. Art of the Eastern World, Hadji Baba Ancient Art, London, 1996, p. 74, no. 33, and Whitehouse, 2001, pp. 126-127, no. 632.
Whitehouse (op. cit.) mentioned another seven examples in addition to the two mentioned above. These include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, no. 44.11.6, Staatliche Museum, Berlin, no. 30219.238 (Platz-Horster, 1976, p. 43, no. 69), two in Yale University Art Gallery (Matheson, 1980, pp. 102-4, nos 276-7), one in the Museum Haaretz, Tel Aviv, another formerly in the Smith collection (Smith, 1970, p. 34, no. 25), and one on the New York market in 1992 (see Myth and Majesty, Antiquarium Ltd, 1992, no. 28).