A similar figure from the Jenyns Collection on loan to the Fitzwilliam Museum is illustrated in Porcelain for Palaces, The Fashion for Japan in Europe (1650-1750), pl. 165, where it mentions that moulds for the making of similar figures have been found at the Aka-e-machi (enameller's quarter) site in Arita (see illustration). It is also illustrated in Soame Jenyns, Japanese Porcelain, pl. 63b.
Other Kakiemon figures of bijin without a bottle are illustrated in Aichi ken Toji Shiryokan, no. 88, Hayashiya Seizo Nihon no Toji, vol. 9, pls. 30, 31, 161-166, Sekai Toji Zenshu, vol. 8, pls. 49 and 50 and Imaizumi Motosuke Genshoku Nihon no Meito, Ko-Imari to Kakiemon, pl. 68.