A large dish with the same mark and of the same pattern is illustrated by Avitable, From the Dragon's Treasure, p. 108, col. pl. 156.
An enamelled dish with a Chuxiugong mark from the Simon Kwan Collection, was included in the Chinese University of Hong Kong Exhibition, Imperial Porcelain of the Late Qing, 1983, Catalogue, no. 100, and also included in The Yangzhitang Collection, sold in our Singapore Rooms, 30 March 1997, lot 367. Simon Kwan records that the wares with this mark are believed to have been ordered by the Dowager Empress CiXi for her use in the Chuxiu Gong in the Forbidden City where she resided for several years in 1865 and again in 1895; Kwan believes these special display wares to be Tongzhi rather than Guangxu in date.