Small painted black-lacquered black pottery vessels and objects of this type were made in imitation of inlaid bronze prototypes. A group of such vessels and objects said to be from Hui Xian, is illustrated in the exhibition catalogue, Arts of the Chou Dynasty, Stanford University Museum, 1958, pp. 46 and 47, nos. 87-89 and 93-94. See, also, the similarly decorated ear cup, dou and mirror illustrated in Sekai Toji Zenshu, vol. 8, Tokyo, 1955, p. 252, figs. 248 ( ear cup) and 249 (dou and cover), and pl. 57 (mirror).