This trumpet-necked vase with rolled rim is associated with a group of wares recovered from the dwelling site of Zhuluxian, Hebei province, which was destroyed by floods in 1108. Similar vases are in the collection of Mrs. C. G. Seligman and illustrated by J. Ayers, The Seligman Collection of Oriental Art, vol. II, Chinese and Korean Pottery and Porcelain, London, 1964, pl. XXIX, D72, and in the Tokyo National Museum, illustrated in Oriental Ceramics, The World's Great Collections, vol. 11, Tokyo, 1982, no. 77.
A vase of this distinctive shape, but decorated in the sgraffito technique, was recently uncovered at the Cizhou kiln site in Guantai, Hebei province in a stratum dated to the mid-12th century, and is illustrated in Guantai Cizhou Yaozhi, Beijing, 1997, col. pl. IX:2 and pl. 123.