A Beijing enamel snuff bottle inset with a similar gilt-lacquer panel bearing a Kangxi yuzhi mark is illustrated in Snuff Bottles in the Collection of the National Palace Museum, Taibei, 1991, no. 3.
This appears to be the only comparable published example of Japanese lacquer on a Chinese work of art.
It is not clear if the panels which appear to be complete compositions were made specifically for the brushpot which is of typical size, or whether they are reduced from a table screen, since they could be 17th Century. The latter seems more probable, since the scene depicting Chokkaro Sennin would usually include his horse. He was one of the Eight Immortals and usually shown with a gourd in Japanese Art, but a double bamboo in Chinese Art.