Tripod dishes with this design and use of blue glaze are quite rare. Compare the example of similar size glazed in green, blue and amber, but with a single goose in flight amidst clouds reserved within a central round medallion from which lotus leaves and clouds radiate, in the Charles B. Hoyt Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, illustrated by Hsien-ch'i Tseng and Robert P. Dart, Chinese Art: Neolithic Period through the T'ang Dynasty and Sino-Siberian Bronzes, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1964, vol. I, pl. 92. See, also, the dish with a single central flying goose excavated in Luoyang in 1975 and illustrated in Da Sancai (The Great Sancai), The Luoyang Museum and The Liaoning Provincial Museum, Tokyo, 1989, pp. 58-59, pl. 45.