Several jars of this design and small size are known including a pair illustrated by John Alexander Pope, Porcelains in the Frick Collection, vol. 7, New York, 1974, p. 69, nos. 65.8.124 and 125, (5.4 cm. high); and another smaller example (6.2 cm. high) in the S.C. Ko Tianminlou Collection illustrated by Liu Liang-yu, A Survey of Chinese Ceramics, vol. 5, Taipei, 1991, p. 90.