A bowl also enamelled in aubergine is illustrated in the Tokyo National Museum Catalogue, no. 539; a bowl of this shape and decoration, but enamelled in green over underglaze-blue, from the Percival David Foundation, is illustrated in Oriental Ceramics, Kodansha Series, vol. 6, fig. 179. A bowl of the same pattern but enamelled with a red and a yellow dragon from the Percival David Foundation, Catalogue, no. A774, was included in the Venice, 1954 Exhibition of Chinese Art, Catalogue, no. 721.
Related bowls of this unusual size and shape, but incised and enamelled in aubergine and yellow enamels with a similar dragon design are illustrated in Elegant Form and Harmonious Decoration, p. 97, no. 100, from the C.P. Lin Collection; Ming and Ch'ing Porcelain from the T.Y. Chao Family Foundation, p. 39, no. 35; Hobson, Chinese Ceramics in Private Collections, col. pl. 15; and in the Catalogue of an exhibition at the Tokyo National Museum, Chinese Arts of the Ming and Ch'ing Periods, 1963, no. 367.