A fragmentary tile of the same pattern is in the Ömer Koç Collection (Hülya Bilgi, Dance of Fire. Iznik Tiles and Ceramics in the Sadberk Hanim Museum and Ömer M. Koç Collections, exhibition catalogue, Istanbul, 2009, no.183, p.310). Another is in the Hungarian National Museum (I. Gerelyes (ed.), Suleyman the Magnificent and his Age, exhibition catalogue, Budapest, 1994, no.133, p.133). The design was obviously very popular - it is also found decorating an embroidered satin kerchief, attributed to the 16th century (Yanni Petsopoulos (ed.), Tulips, Arabesques and Turbans. Decorative Arts from the Ottoman Empire, London, 1982, no.150, p.143).