The closest published example appears to be a white jade vase on permanent display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art illustrated in The Bishop Collection. Investigations and Studies in Jade, edited by George F. Kunz, New York, 1996, an illustration of which was an illustration of which was reproduced by Christie's Hong Kong, 27 November, lot 1887. Although there are slight differences in the design, the Bishop vase and the present vase share the same representation of the Bajixiang encircling a full-face dragon.
Compare also a white jade covered vase of the same shape and decoration but with handles suspending loose rings in the Tianjin Museum Collection, illustrated by M. Tregear and S.Vainker, Art Treasures in China, New York, 1993, p.257; and another example included in the 75th Anniversary Exhibition of Post-Archaic Chinese Jades from Private Collections, S Marchant & Son, London, 2007, Catalogue, no.14. A white jade 'dragon' vase similarly decorated but lacking its cover was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27 May 2008, lot 1601.