No other moonflask of this shape covered in a monochrome glaze appears to be recorded. The closest comparison is an 18th-century pilgrim's flask of slightly different shape without the moulded peach panels and covered with a flambé glaze, from the British Museum, illustrated by S. Jenyns, Later Chinese Porcelain, London, 1971, pl. C, fig. 1.
The form of the present moonflask is seen more commonly decorated with underglaze-blue designs of bats and peach sprays within the moulded peach panel, such as the example included in the Exhibition of Ch'ing Porcelain from the Wah Kwong Collection, Hong Kong, 1973, and illustrated in the Catalogue, no. 66.