No other pair of vases of this unusual shape, and with this decoration, appear to have been published. The type of formal decoration, that of a dense design of flower scroll incorporating auspicious symbols such as lotus, bats, shou characters and chimes, executed in rich famille rose enamels which are then enhanced by being showcased on a bright monochrome ground, is found on other vases and jars of Jiaqing date. A baluster jar and cover of Jiaqing date with related famille rose decoration, similarly arranged between decorative borders of petal lappets and ruyi heads on a yellow ground, is illustrated by Zhejiang Province Museum (ed.) in Jia You Bao Cang: zhe jiang min jian shou cang zhen pin da zhan te ji, Beijing, 2004, p. 98, and cover. See, also, the meiping of Jiaqing date in the Qing Court Collection illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - 39 - Porcelains with Cloisonne Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration, Hong Kong, 1999, p. 195, pl. 172, where the decoration is on a lime-green ground. All of these pieces also have a turquoise-enameled interior and base.