As with the present panels, kesi chair panels often include cranes, as well as clouds and a band of waves and rocks as part of the decoration. The style of decoration and the color schemes are also consistent. See the kesi chair panel woven with the above elements, as well as a lantern roundel and an ogival dragon panel, dated late 17th century, illustrated by Robert D. Jacobsen, Imperial Silks: Ch'ing Dynasty Textiles in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, vol. II, 2000, pp. 890-91, no. 438.