For a gourd-form celadon ewer with similar incised lotus and peonies, see Itoh Ikutaro, ed., Yuen no iro, shitsuboku no katachi: Ri Heiso korekushon Kankoku toji no bi/Color of Elegance, Form of Simplicity: The Beauty of Korean Ceramics from the Rhee Byung-chang Collection/Uahan saek, sunbakhan hyeongtae: Yi Byeong-chang kolleksyeon Hanguk tojagi eui areumdaum, exh. cat. (Osaka: Museum of Oriental Ceramics, 1999), pl. 5; for another ewer, see Kumja Paik Kim, The Art of Korea: Highlights from the Collection of San Francisco's Asian Art Museum (San Francisco: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 2006), pl. 17, where the caption remarks on the elegant attenuated profile of the double-gourd ewer, as here.