There are several early Ming dishes of this pattern in well-known collections: eleven similar dishes are in the Ardebil Shrine, illustrated by John Alexander Pope, Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine, Washington, 1956, pl. 35, cat. nos. 29.101-11; an example from the British Museum is illustrated by J. Harrison-Hall, Ming Ceramics in the British Museum, London, 2001, pl. 3:35; one is illustrated by A. Leth, Catalogue of Selected Objects of Chinese Art in the Museum of Decorative Art, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 1959, no. 108; one was included in the National Palace Museum Special Exhibition of Early Ming Porcelain, Taiwan, 1984, illustrated in the Catalogue, no. 37; one is illustrated by J. Wirgin, Ming Porcelain in the Collection of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities: Hongwu to Chenghua, Stockholm, 1991, no. 13; and another is included in Mayuyama, Seventy Years, Vol. 1, Tokyo, 1976, no. 762.