A single identical example can be seen in the painting by Giuseppe Castiglione in the National Palace Museum, showing the Emperor Qianlong seated beside a table set with some of his treasures, see Palastmuseum Peking Schätze aus der Verbotenen Stadt, Berlin 1985, no. 41, pl. 24; for another example presented to Cheltenham College, England, by Yuan Shikai in 1914, and now in the Weishaupt Collection, see G. Avitabile, From the Dragon's Treasure, London, 1987, no. 176, p.127; and see P. Lam, Qing Imperial Porcelain, no. 83. Another example can be found in the British Museum, London.