For a related mustard jar in the British Museum, see Dora Thornton and Timothy Wilson, Italian Renaissance Ceramics, a Catalogue of the British Museum Collection, London, 2009, pp. 96-98.
Other large examples from the same workshop are in the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Brunswick, see Johanna Lessmann, Italienische Majolika, Brunswick, 1979, pp. 481-483, nos. 782-784; in Milan, see Raffaella Ausenda (ed.), Musei e Gallerie di Milano, Museo d'Arti Applicate, le Ceramiche, Milan, 2000, Vol. I, no. 293 and in the Museum fur Künst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, see Rudolf Drey, Apothecary Jars, London, 1978, p. 64, no. 27A.
A pair of jars of similar form but different decoration was sold by Christie's New York on 17 May 2005, lot 294.