An identical bowl in the Palace Museum, Beijing, is illustrated in Kangxi Yongzheng Qianlong, 1989, p. 202, pl. 31; one in the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, is illustrated in Sekai Toji Zenshu, vol. 12, pl. 64, bottom; one in the Gulbenkian Museum of Oriental Art and Archaeology, University of Durham, is illustrated by L. Legeza in the Malcolm MacDonald Collection Catalogue, pl. CXXXIX, no. 378; and one from the Chang Foundation is included in Selected Chinese Ceramics from Han to Qing Dynasties, pl. 141. Several examples have also been sold at auction, two sold in these Rooms, the first sold, 8 October 1990, lot 504; and the other, 2 November 1999, lot 533.
A bowl in the Roemer Museum, Hildesheim, pencilled with this decoration but lacking the enamels, is illustrated in the Ohmler Collection Catalogue, no. 45, where Weisner records a doucai example in the Victoria and Albert Museum.