A narcissus bowl with a purple glaze on the exterior, bluish-green glaze on the interior and also incised with the numeral seven, was included in the exhibition, A Panorama of Ceramics in the Collection of the National Palace Museum: Chun Ware, Taipei, 2000, no. 43. Other Jun planters of similar shape, but of varying size are also illustrated ibid., nos. 37-44. Two other published examples of foliate-rim narcissus bowls also incised with the numeral seven include one in the Benaki Museum, Athens, and formerly in the Eumorfopoulos Collection, illustrated by L. Ashton and R.L. Hobson, Catalogue of Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, Athens, 1939, p. 60, no. 220, pl. XX; and another formerly from the collection of Robert Chang sold in these rooms, 26 March 2003, lot 227.
Other bowls of this form, incised with different numerals and of various sizes, are in several major museum collections, including a very similar one in the Asian Art Museum of San Francsico, illustrated by He Li, Chinese Ceramics, New York, 1996, pl. 243; another in the British Museum illustrated by S. Vainker, Chinese Pottery and Porcelain, New York, 1991, pl. 76; two examples in the Tokyo National Museum - one illustrated in Sekai toji zenshu, vol. 10, Tokyo, 1955, pl. 50 (bottom), and a second from the Hirota Collection illustrated in Oriental Ceramics, The World's Great Collections, Tokyo, 1982, vol. 1, no. 88; another with a reddish-purple glaze in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, op. cit., vol. 11, no. 212; one in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., op. cit., vol. 9, no. 88; and a purple-glazed example in the Percival David Foundation, op. cit., vol. 6, no. 50. Yet another example was included in the exhibition Selected Treasures of Chinese Art: Min Chiu Society Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibition, Hong Kong, 1990, pp. 220-1, no. 95.