Jade interlocking stem boxes are more commonly found in the form of a pomegranate or a peach. A pomegranate-form interlocking jade box dated to the Qianlong period is illustrated in Chinese Jades from the Collection of the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum, 1989, p. 99, no. 78. For another example in the form of a peach, see R. Keverne, Jade, New York, 1991, p. 152, figs. 61 and 62.