See a much smaller (15.8 cm. diam.) closely related example, with six-character Xuande mark and dated to the Kangxi period, from the Robert H. Clague Collection, included in the 1994 exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum, China's Renaissance in Bronze, no. 21. See, also, the even smaller (14.7 cm. long) example from the collection of Robert E. Kresko, illustrated by P. Hu, Later Chinese Bronzes. The Saint Louis Art Museum and Robert E. Kresko Collections, St. Louis, 2008, no. 18.