A cloisonné enamel vessel of this shape decorated with cell diaper, dated to the Qianlong period, in the collection of Les Arts Décoratifs-musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris, is illustrated by Beatrice Quette (ed.) in Cloisonné: Chinese Enamels from the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, Bard Graduate Center, New York, 2011, p. 266-67, no. 84, and p. 87, fig. 5.10, where a page from the eighteenth century bronze catalogue Xiqing gujian, juan 21, which depicts a bronze vessel of related shape, is illustrated. See, also, another cloisonné enamel duck-head bottle, also decorated with cell diaper sold at Christie's New York, 18 September 2004, lot 620. This unusual shape is first seen in bronze during the Han dynasty (221 BC-AD 220), such as the gilt-bronze example sold at Christie's New York, 21 March, 2002, lot 80.