The present vase is an example of smallest of the three sizes in which the model was produced. A pair of the same size and shape, also painted with scenes after Teniers but on a green ground, is in the Wallace Collection. Factory records show that vases of this size and decoration were sold both in pairs and as part of a garniture at a cost of 240 livres each. The present example with its enameled blue ground likely cost a similar amount. See Rosalind Savill, The Wallace Collection, Catalogue of Sèvres Porcelain, pp. 42-55 for a detailed discussion of the model, the various permutations in which it was sold, and other known examples, including several unmarked examples painted with Teniers scenes (p. 55, footnote 44).