For a matching dish of quail, millet and flowers in the Ashmolean Museum see John Ayers et al., Porcelain for Palaces: The Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650--1750, exh. cat. (London: Oriental Ceramic Society and British Museum, 1990), pl. 359. See also in the same catalogue a Chelsea factory version of the design known as the 'Partridge pattern,' pl. 368. For other Arita dishes see Kakiemon, Imari, Nabeshima, exh. cat. (Tokyo: The Japan Ceramic Society, 1959), no. 18; Soame Jenyns, Japanese Porcelain (London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1965), no. 76B; Nagatake Takeshi, Kakiemon, vol. 5 of Famous Ceramics of Japan (Tokyo, New York and San Francisco: Kodansha International, Ltd., 1981), pl. 15 (coll. Idemitsu Museum of Art); Daiei hakubutsukan no Nihon jiki/Japanese Porcelain from the British Museum, exh. cat. (Arita: Arita Porcelain Park, 1994), pl. 29.