A slightly smaller example from the E. T. Chow Collection was sold in Hong Kong, 3rd-4th May 1994, lot 172
It appears that, apart from the Chow example, no other blue and white vases of this rare design with bat handles has been published; however, two related doucai vases are recorded and illustrated: one, with dragon handles and unmarked in the Tianjin Museum, illustrated by Liu Liang Yu, A Survey of Chinese Ceramics, vol.5, p. 186 top, and in Porcelains from the Tianjin Municipal Museum, pl. 176; the other, which has a Qianlong mark and with underglaze-blue decoration apparently intended for doucai enamels but unfinished, is in the Roemer Museum and illustrated by Wiesner in the Ohlmer Collection Catalogue, pl. 57.
The scenes on the flask are derived from the woodblock prints in Yuzhi Gengzhi Tu, 'Imperial Illustrations of Tilling and Weaving'. (See catalogue p.4 for a reproduction of 'harrowing'.) These illustrations were designed by Jiao Bingzhen to acompany a series of poems composed by the Kangxi Emperor on tilling and weaving, and published around 1697.