This dish, and the pair to it, formerly in the Collection of Captain C. Oswald Liddell, no. 153, were exhibited at Bluett and Sons, London and subsequently sold in our London Rooms, 19 April 1983, lot 380.
Another example from the H.A. Hartog Collection is included in the Exhibition Tausend Jahre Chinesische Keramik, Museum fur Kunst und Geweebe, Hamburg, 1974, Catalogue no. 144; and a third is illustrated in Ayers, Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, no. 197.
Compare also with Kangxi dishes of this pattern without everted rims, such as the example from the Eumofopoulos Collection, illustrated by Hobson, Catalogue, vol. V, pl. XXVIII, E. 199; and an example from the H.B. Harris Collection in the British Museum, illustrated in Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections, Hobson, Rackham and King, fig. 229, p. 127.