No examples of this miniature size appear to have been published although larger versions are well known.
A Yongzheng-marked stemcup of this design is illustrated in the Special Exhibition of Chenghua Porcelain, National Palace Museum, Taibei, 1976, Catalogue, no, 70. A pair was exhibited by S. Marchant and Son, Qing Mark and Period Blue and White, 1984, Catalogue, no. 15, from the Chang Collection. Another formerly in the Edward Chow Collection is illustrated by Beurdeley and Raindre in Qing Porcelain, fig. 144. A Qianlong version was exhibited by S. Marchant and Son, op.cit. no. 33. These are all larger, being approximately 8 cm. high.
For an example of the Chenghua original (8.6 cm. high), cf. Imperial Porcelain Recent Discoveries of Jingdezhen Ware, p. 95, col. pl. 149.