This small jar is similar, but not identical in form, to a small jar with cover, also raised on tripod feet and with ring handles, excavated at Sanjiaowei in Tianchang county, Anhui province, and illustrated in Wenwu, 1993:9, pl. 1, fig. 2, and in a line drawing p. 7, fig. 2. See, also, the bronze jar of more similar form without tripod legs, excavated from the Western Han dynasty tomb of the King of Nanyue, discovered in the autumn of 1983, Xianggang, Guangzhou province, and illustrated in a line drawing in Xi Han Nanyue wang mu (Nanyue King's Tomb of the Western Han), vol. I, Beijing 1991, p. 82, fig. 1.