Compare a similar vase illustrated by R. L. d'Argencé Chinese Ceramics in the Avery Brundage Collection, San Francisco, 1967, p. 146, pl. 68. Of similar proportions, and also dated to the Kangxi period, the main panel depicts an audience at the camp of a Manchu commander-in-chief, while the neck is decorated with Shou Lao and other immortals. See, also, an example from the collection of J. Goldschmidt, illustrated in Ausstellung Chinesischer Kunst, Berlin, 1929, p. 330, no. 892.