A highly comparable Longquan vase of similar size but potted with a comparatively slimmer cylindrical neck is in the Qing Court collection, illustrated in Porcelain of the Song Dynasty, (II), The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum, Hong Kong, 1996, p. 114, no. 102; where the author mentions that the Palace Museum vase is one of the best quality examples of its type from the Longquan kilns. Cf. also two vases of this same form in the Tokyo National Museum, included in the exhibition, Art of the Muromachi Period, 1982, nos. 180 and 181.
The technique of using horizontal bow-strings in decorating Song ceramics was also popular among Guanyao vases. Compare with a Guanyao vase of this same form, dated to the 12th/13th century, illustrated in Sekai Toji Zenshu, Tokyo, 1988, no. 71.