Compare with a smaller chrysanthemum-shaped dish illustrated by Hugh Moss in By Imperial Command, pl. 64, where he attributes the enamelling to the Peking Palace Workshop.
A pair of similar dishes but of smaller size, from the T.Y. Chao Collection was exhibited at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Chingtechen Porcelain of the Ming and Ch'ing Dynasties, Catalogue, 1978, no. 92, and sold in Hong Kong, 19 May 1987, lot 313. Compare also the smaller dish from the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in Kangxi, Yongzheng, Qianlong, pl. 223, col. pl. 52 and the example from the S.C. Ko Tianminlou Collection, illustrated in the Catalogue, vol. I, col. pl. 96.
The enamelled peonies compare favourably to a vase decorated with similar flowers in shaded tones of iron-red and pink enamels in the Palace Museum Collection illustrated by Wang-go Weng and Yang Boda, The Palace Museum: Peking, pl. 39.