Only one other vase of this rare form in yellow and blue appears to have been published varying only slightly in decoration at the lappets around the neck, illustrated by Ayers in the Baur Collection Catalogue, vol. IV, no. A 577.
Vases of this pattern and form in blue and white are more commonly recorded, although they vary in size. Cf. the two in the National Palace Museum, Taibei, one a larger Yongzheng-marked vase included in the Museum's Special Exhibition of Hsuan-te Wares, 1980, Catalogue, no. 5; the other smaller with a Qianlong mark, included in the Illustrated Catalogue of Ch'ing Dynasty Porcelain, pl. 6.
The shape and pattern are inspired from Xuande prototypes. Two are illustrated in the National Palace Museum, Taibei, Special Exhibition of Hsuan-te Wares, op. cit, fig. 6 and 7.