A Qianlong-marked flambé-glazed meiping with slightly broader shoulders and a more splayed foot, formerly in the Zande Lou collection and now in the Shanghai Museum, is illustrated in Qing Imperial Monochromes: The Zande Lou Collection, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2005, no. 49. Both the illustrated example and the current lot have an uneven brown glaze on the foot covering the incised six-character reign mark, and it is interesting to note that the two vases are of closely related height (34.2 cm. and 34.9 cm. high) with both having a mouth diameter of 7 cm.