The pendant vase (which bears a similar indistinct 31[0?] black inventory number) was sold by Christie's in the same 1977 sale (lot 49), by Sotheby's in the same 1988 sale (lot 378) and by Christie's New York on 24th November 1998, lot 26, and it is now in the Arnhold Collection, New York, see Maureen Cassidy-Geiger ibid. (London, 2008), pp. 202-3, no. 21. Another vase decorated en suite (P.E. 7150, lacking a cover) is in the Porzellansammlung, Dresden, see Klaus-Peter Arnold et. al., Meissen Blaumalerei aus Drei Jahrhunderten, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Exhibition Catalogue (Leipzig, 1989), p. 147, no. 35. Cassidy-Geiger points out that the 310 inventory number does not correspond to the 1770 Inventarium, which lists six blue and white teacaddies under 310, but instead the vases are listed under nos. 318-32. For a discussion of the inventory, see Claus Bolz, 'Japanisches Palais-Inventar 1770 und Turmzimmer-Inventar 1769' Keramos, No. 153, July 1996, pp. 83-86.