Compare with similar examples such as the one included in the O.C.S. Exhibition, The Arts of the Ming Dynasty, 1957, Catalogue, no. 194; Sekai Toji Zenshu, vol. II, fig. 114; Toji Taikei (new Heibonsha Series), no. 43, figs. 21 and 22; Eumorfopoulos Collection, Catalogue, vol. 4, pl. XIII, no. D 69; the Meiyintang Collection, Catalogue, Volume 2, p. 79, no. 694; and two further dishes of this pattern in the Percival David Foundation, Catalogue, section 5, nos. A 725 and A 726.