No other vase of this form and glaze appears to be published.
Compare the form of this vase to a white-glazed incised vase with the same angled shoulder, flared foot and tall ribbed neck in the collection of the Percival David Foundation and included in the O.C.S. exhibition, The Ceramic Art of China, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1971, illustrated in the Catalogue, no. 240. Other similar forms with rounded lower bodies and angled shoulders rising to a long neck are known: another 18th-century vase from the Percival David Foundatin, with the addition of tubular handles, covered in a pale blue glaze, illustrated in Ming and Ch'ing Monochromes, Section 6, no. B564; and a soft-paste vase with moulded decoration, illustrated by John Ayers, Chinese Ceramics in the Baur Collection, Geneva, 1999, vol. 2, pl. 307.