A Qianlong-marked vase of this form with a guan-type glaze is in the Indianapolis Museum of Art and is illustrated by Mino and Robinson, Beauty and Tranquility, The Eli Lilly Collection of Chinese Art, p. 340, fig. 20; and another identical example was sold in New York, 1 June 1994, lot 392. Compare also a related Qianlong vase with more slender proportions and a pale celadon glaze, illustrated by J. Ayers, The Baur Collection, vol. III, Geneva, 1974, no. A380.