Although this pattern became quite popular in the 19th century, particularly in the Jiaqing, Daoguang and Guangxu periods, Qianlong bowls of this pattern are extremely rare and no other example appears to have been published, with exception of a Qianlong-marked bowl sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 5 November 1997, lot 956. An earlier Yongzheng-marked Yuzhi bowl of this design, but in famille verte enamels, from the Stephen Junkunc III Collection, was offered in Christie's New York, 21 September 1995, lot 200.
For a Jiaqing-marked bowl, see the example from the Weishaupt Collection, illustrated by G. Avitabile, From the Dragon's Treasure, London, 1987, no. 28, together with a Guangxu example, no. 29.