This is the only known Jingde zhen porcelain response to a group of late-eighteenth century Beijing Palace workshops enameled relief-glass bottle with Guyue Xuan marks. Other than this unique bottle, there exists a small series of Jingde Zhen porcelain bottles inspired by Palace enameled glass examples which also bear Guyue Xuan marks. One is illustrated by R. Kleiner in Chinese Snuff Bottles. A Miniature Art from the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, p. 207, no. 149, which is a copy of an enameled glass bottle formerly in the Blanche B. Exstein collection, sold in these rooms, 21 March 2002, lot 53; and another, formerly in the Rachelle Holden Collection, is published in the exhibition catalogue Chinese Snuff Bottles, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1977, no. 120.