A pair of very similar bottles, complete with asssociated trays, are in the collection of Lord Sackville at Knole, Kent (Christiane Terlinden (ed.), Mughal Silver Magnificence, exhibition catalogue, Brussels, 1987, no.94, p.86). Although there they are attributed to the 19th century and to Cuttack or Bengal, the catalogue also includes other items of very similar filigree work from the same collection such as two pan dan boxes that are each attributed to Karimnagar in Andhra Pradesh and dated to the late 18th century (op. cit. no.12, p.39 and no.195, p.136). This is presumably on the basis of a very similar casket in the Clive Collection which is already documented by 1774 (Mark Zebrowski, Gold, Silver and Bronze from Mughal India, London, 1997, no.20, p.45). A casket in the Victoria and Albert Museum similarly has many points in common with the bottles and is dated to the 18th century (op. cit., no.229, p.154). A further closely related bottle, but with simpler body, is in the Khalili Collection (Stephen Vernoit, Occidentalism, London, 1997, no.92, pp.155 and 156 and title page).