There does not appear to be a comparable corner fitting of this
particular design with the combination of lions biting on the bird.
The motif of the biting beast is, however, to be found on other Warring States pieces. Refer to the pair of sheng ding, each with four rampant sinuous beasts biting the vessel rim, from the tomb of the Marquis of Zeng and inscribed with his name, included in the exhibition, War and Ritual, Empress Place Museum, Singapore, 1993. Another Warring States beast with similar crouching stance and arched body from the Seattle Art Museum is included by K. Foster in A Handbook of Ancient Chinese Bronzes, Claremont, 1949, p. 93, no. 102.
For a comparable bird with hooked beak, crest, and finely incised feathers, see the lid of a hu from Taiyuan Jinshengcun, Tomb 251 illustrated by Li Xiating and Liang Ziming in Art of the Houma Foundry, Princeton, 1996, p. 52, fig. 3.