A similar mirror, with some variations in the design, but the same paired phoenixes and various animals in the scalloped border, dated Han, is illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - 28 - Bronze Articles for Daily Use, Hong Kong, 2006, no. 97. One in the Cleveland Museum of Art is illustrated by Ju-hsi Chou, Circles of Reflection: The Carter Collection of Chinese Bronze Mirrors, The Cleveland Museum of Art, 2000, p. 51, no. 37, where the author refers to a similar mirror excavated from a Western Jin tomb in Xin'gan, Jiangxi. Another, excavated in 1975 in Echeng, Hubei province, and dated Western Jin, is illustrated in Zhongguo Qingtongqi Quanji - 16 - Bronze Mirrors, Beijing 1998, p. 100, no. 98.