Similar bird-form finials have been excavated from the c. 1200 BC tomb of the Shang queen, Fu Hao, at Anyang, including two with a similar tall crest with notched edge illustrated in Yinxu Yuqi (The Jades from Yinxu), Beijing, 1982, pl. 44. Unlike the present ornament neither of the excavated examples has the small tab extending below the foot, but this feature can be seen on a related bird ornament illustrated by J. Rawson, Chinese Jade from the Neolithic to the Qing, British Museum, 1995, p. 218, no. 12:14. Because of these tabs, these bird-form ornaments are now considered to have been made as finials or insignias and not necessarily as pendants.