Cf. John Ayers, Oliver Impey and J.V.G. Mallet, Porcelain for Palaces, The Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750, Oriental Ceramic Society, Exhibition Catalogue (1990), p. 280, no. 328 for a peach-shaped cup and saucer. For an Arita saucer, from which the design was derived see Oliver Impey, Japanese Export Porcelain (Amsterdam 2002), p. 164, nos. 247 & 247a. See also E.C.C. Exhibition Catalogue, 1948, pl. 46, figs. 214 & 215; F.S. Mackenna, Chelsea Porcelain, The Triangle and Raised Anchor Wares (Leigh-on-Sea, 1948), pl. 21, fig. 47 and John C. Austin, Chelsea Porcelain at Williamsburg (Williamsburg, 1977), pp. 56-7, nos. 36 and 37 illustrates two teabowls and saucers. A part tea-service of this pattern, The Property of Mrs. M. L. Redfern, sold in these Rooms, 13th November 1972, lots 108-112.