The dragon and phoenix combination of motifs rarely appear together in glass wares. A glass overlay vase in the Palace Museum, Beijing, designed with archaistic phoenix within roundels, is illustrated in Zhongguo Meishu Quanji, no. 266; where it has been suggested by the author that the vase was produced by the workshop within the Palace of Mental Cultivation, ibid., p. 83.
Compare a glass-overlay globular waterpot with two clambering chilong, bearing a Xing Yuhang Tang hallmark and dated to the early 19th century from the Robert L. Chasin and Andrew K. F. Lee collections, illustrated by P. Moss, In Scholar's Taste, 1983, p. 168, no. 109, and included in the exhibition, Clear as Crystal Red as Flame, China Institute in America, 1990, illustrated in the Catalogue, p. 93, no. 60.