Compare the very similar fahua vase, but of smaller size (36.3 cm. high) and with chrysanthemum-form handles rather than lingzhi handles, such as those seen on the present vase, illustrated in Studies of the Collections of the National Museum of China, Shanghai, 2007, p. 204, no. 110. See, also, the dark blue-ground vase of similar design, but of larger size (48.8 cm. high) and with chrysanthemum-form handles, formerly in the Eumorfopoulos Collection, illustrated by J. Harrison-Hall, Catalogue of Late Yuan and Ming Ceramics in the British Museum, London, 2001, p. 416, fig. 13:14, where it is dated Ming dynasty, c. 1573-1620.