See Mayuyama, Chugoku Bunbutsu Kenbun, Tokyo, 1948, pl. 87, for a similar vase in the Shaanxi Province Museum, Xian, from the tomb of Li Jingxun (A.D.608) at Liangjiazhuang, Western Suburbs of Xian.
Compare, also, the figure of a lady carrying a similar vase, included in the O.C.S. Exhibition of the Arts of the T'ang Dynasty, London, 1955, no.44, pl.6, together with another vase of this form, no.215, both from the Swedish Royal Collections.
See, also, the bronze prototype of this form illustrated by W.P. Yetts, The Eumorfopoulos Collection, London, 1929, vol. I, pl. XLIV, no. A 58