For a slightly more slender example of similar type, see Robert Hall, Chinese Snuff Bottles II, Hong Kong, 1989, Catalogue, p. 36, no. 24. It too has key-pattern at the neck and foot, but has bird panels to the main sides. The author notes that it represents a small sub-group of Japanese cinnabar lacquer bottles where the details are gilded unlike their Chinese precursors.
For an example with wide sloping shoulders and figural panels, see Robert W. L. Kleiner, Chinese Snuff Bottles from the Collection of Mary and George Bloch, Catalogue, Hong Kong, 1987, p. 158, no. 214, where the author notes that very few of this group are recorded. He cites just two others illustrated by Hugh Moss, Chinese Snuff Bottles, Number Three, p. 43, figs. 44 and 46