The egret mark has been recorded on about forty-five pieces of 'kraak' ware, that are of a better quality than the average pieces. Beside this dish, the egret mark appears on two others that do not belong to the typical 'kraak' ware. One with a rim decoration that is similar to the well of the above dish, is in the Groningen Museum. The second is in the Topkapi Saray Museum in Instabul. For an illustration of these two pieces, see M. Rinaldi, Kraak Porcelain, A Moment in the History of Trade, London, 1989, p.206, pl. 266 a., b.