A bronze ding of smaller size (15 cm. high), but of similar proportions and with a similar band of whorls and kui dragons below the mouth rim, from a Shang dynasty tomb in Guojiazhuang, Anyang, Henan province, is illustrated in Zhongguo qingtongqi quanji (Compendium of Chinese Bronzes), Beijing, 1997, vol. 2, Shang (II), no. 27. A similar band of whorls and very similarly rendered kui dragons can also be found on a late Shang gui sold at Christie’s New York, 14 September 2017, lot 904, and again at Sotheby’s New York, 17 March 2021, lot 192.