A charger of slightly larger size (40.2 cm.) with a similarly carved dragon and phoenix design, but featuring only one phoenix in the center, is illustrated in Celadons from Longquan Kilns, Taipei, 1998, p. 279, no. 267. Another related dish, with similar carved dragon and phoenix design, of larger size (45 cm.), is illustrated by J. Harrison-Hall in Catalogue of Late Yuan and Ming Ceramics in the British Museum, London, 2001, p. 492, no. 16:77, where it is dated c. 1550-1620.