A celadon vase of similar proportions with similar decoration on the neck and lower body, but with a peony scroll rather than a chrysanthemum scroll at the shoulder, is illustrated in Sekai toji zenshu, Tokyo, 1976, vol. 14, no. 231. Compare, also, the well-known celadon vase in the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, London, with an incised inscription at the base of its slender, tapering neck dating the vase to 1454. See R. Krahl, 'Longquan Celadon of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties in the Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul', T.O.C.S., 1984-1985, vol. 49, p. 53. no. 23.