Jiaqing-marked bowls of this pattern are recorded, as are rare Kangxi versions. For examples of the later bowls see the O. C. S. Exhibition of Ch'ing Polychrome Porcelain, 1977, no. 100, subsequently sold in our London Rooms, 13 December 1982, lot 528; one included in The Wonders of the Potter's Palette, 1986, no. 93; and another, illustrated by Avitable, From the Dragon's Treasure, Chinese Porcelain from the 19th and 20th Centuries in the Weishaupt Collection, p. 37, fig. 32.
A Kangxi example of this pattern was sold in Hong Kong, 15th November 1983, lot 298.
A Kangxi famille verte example on a white ground and with Chenghua mark in the Palace Museum, Beijing, is included in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum - Porcelains in Polychrome and Contrasting Colours, Commercial Press, Hong Kong, 1999, no. 119, pp.130-131.
For a Chenghua blue and white example of this pattern see Far Eastern Ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, col. pl. 49, and one sold in our Hong Kong Rooms, 2 October 1991, lot 749; a Kangxi blue and white example was sold in Hong Kong, 26th October 1993, lot 164; a pair of Qianlong blue and white examples was sold in New York, 19th November 1982, lot 284; a Daoguang example, exhibited in the Exhibition Imperial Porcelain of Late Qing From the Kwan Collection, was subsequently sold in our Singapore Rooms, 30th March 1997, lot 242.