It is rare to see anhua decoration on a yellow-glazed dish from this period, as generally they tend to be undecorated. For two yellow-glazed dishes incised with dragons, see one illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - 37 - Monochrome Porcelain, Hong Kong, 1999, p. 50, pl. 45, and the other in the Percival David Foundation included in the illustrated Catalogue of Ming and Qing Monochrome Wares, London, 1989, no. B 502. See, also, the Jiajing turquoise-glazed dish incised with similar decoration from the Saint Louis Art Museum sold in these rooms, 30 March 2005, lot 345.