See Hugo Morley-Fletcher & Roger McIlroy, Christie's Pictorial History of European Pottery, p. 188, fig. 9 for an example with leopard-form handles and hound-form finial; and p.188, fig. 7 and 8 for two slight variations of this form illustrated with and without rocaille-moulding and with a clustered fish finial.
See Antoinette Faÿ-Hallé & Christine Lahaussois, Le Grand Livre de la Faïence Française, p. 221, fig. 285 for an example in the Musée Cantini, Marseille with similar handles and variant finial; also Arthur Lane, French Faience, p. 56B for a tureen of similar form painted with a landscape view and figures from the Collection of M. Theodore Mante.
See Dorothé Guillemé Brulon, Moustiers et Marseille, Sources et rayonnement, p. 109 illustrating an example with similar handles from the Bonnin Collection Béziers.
For two tureens of similar form and decoration but with variant finals, see Danielle Maternati-Baldouy, Faïence et Porcelaine de Marseille, Marseille, 1997, p. 132 et 133. Also compare an anonymous sale, Christie's Paris, 22 June 2004, lot 147 and lot 148.