Previously sold in Hong Kong, 13 November 1990, lot 120.
No other dish of this size under an Imperial yellow glaze from the Xuande period appears to be recorded, although smaller examples have been published.
A dish with rounded sides and an incised Xuande mark, but of smaller diameter and without a flaring rim from the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, is illustrated in Monochrome Ware of the Ming Dynasty, Book I, col. pls. 15, 15a. A dish from the same collection was included in the Special Exhibition of Xuande Period Wares, Catalogue, no. 104.
Two even smaller yellow-glazed dishes with Xuande marks were included in the Oriental Ceramic Society Exhibition of Monochrome Porcelain of the Ming and Manchu Dynasties, London, 1948, no. 176, from the Herrmann Collection and no. 180, from the Clark Collection.