A number of sancai dishes of the same design, decorated with geese against a resist-decorated ground can be found in major museum collections, including one in the Tokyo National Museum Collection, illustrated in Illustrated Catalogues of Tokyo National Museum- Chinese Ceramics, Tokyo, 1965, pl. 100; another in the Idemitsu Collection, illustrated in Chinese Ceramics in the Idemitsu Collection, Tokyo, 1987, no. 33; one from the collection of Dr. Gustaf Lindberg, exhibted in Venice in 1954 Exhibition of Chinese Art, catalogue no. 326; one from the Royal Ontario Museum (acquisition no. ROM_2005_3840_1); one from the Victoria and Albert Museum, illustrated by Margaret Medley, T'ang Pottery & Porcelain, London, 1981, pl. 32. On p. 41 of T'ang Pottery & Porcelain, Medley notes that 'It is almost certainly silver with traced decoration that is the source for the impressed designs on the offering-trays, dishes and wrist rests'.
Compare also to a dish of the same type was exhibted in The Silk Road, Treasures of Tang China, The Empress Place Museum, Singapore, 1991, catalogue p. 97.
A variation of this dish includes those decorated with the same sancai goose motif but against a plain cream ground with a rounded rim, such as a dish in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York included by S. Valenstein, A Handbook of Chinese Ceramics, New York, 1989 (2nd ed.), p. 65, pl. 57; and one in the Freer Gallery of Art, illustrated by Medley, op. cit., pl. 31.