No other vase of this size, shape and design appears to be published.
There are a few famille rose gold-ground vases in well-known collections, but these are also very rare. The gold enamel is soft and difficult to preserve, which might explain the scarcity of porcelains decorated with gilded grounds. Compare with larger Qianlong vases with comparable colourful scrollwork on gold ground: one from the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, was included in the Special Exhibition of K'ang-hsi, Yung-cheng and Ch'ien-lung Porcelain Ware, Taipei, 1986, illustrated in the Catalogue, no. 118; another inset with white-ground panels, is illustrated in Falangcai, Fencai, The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum, Commercial Press, Hong Kong, 1999, pl. 137; and a double-gourd vase from the Beijing Palace Museum Collection, decorated in a very similar style to the present meiping, was included in the exhibition La Splendeur du Feu, Centre Culturel de Chine a Paris, 2004, illustrated in the Catalogue, no. 36.