For a similar bottle see Chewon Kim and G. St. G. M. Gompertz, eds., The Ceramic Art of Korea (New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1961), pl. 80; for others of this type see Richo hen/Korea, Yi dynasty, vol. 14 of Sekai toji zenshu/Collection of World's Ceramics (Tokyo: The Zauho Press and Kawade Shobo, n.d.), no. 54, fig. 87; Selected Items out of Horim Art Museum (Seoul: Sungbo Foundation for Art and Culture, 1984), no. 109; Masterpieces from Horim Museum I (Seoul: Horim Museum, 1999), pl. 117 (same as preceding); Treasures of the Early Choson Dynasty 1392-1592, exh. cat. (Seoul: Ho-Am Art Gallery, 1996), pl. 111; Masterpieces of Punchong Ware from the Ho-Am Art Museum--Looking for the Root of Korean beauty, exh. cat. (Seoul: Ho-Am Art Museum, 1993), pl. 116 (same as preceding), pl. 115; for a rice-bale-form bottle with similar fish and foliage see Itoh Ikutaro, ed., Yuen no iro shitsuboku no katachi Rhee Byung-chang korekushon kankoku toji no bi/Color of Elegance, Form of Simplicity: The Beauty of Korean Ceramics from the Rhee Byung-chang Collection, exh. cat. (Osaka: Museum of Oriental Ceramics, 1999), pl. 77.