Catalogue of a loan exhibition of Japanese porcelain, intro. by Soame Jenyns (London: The Oriental Ceramic Society, 1956), cat. no. 113 (not illustrated) [the first ink stand]; no. 112 (illustrated) [sander].
Soame Jenyns, Japanese Porcelain (London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1965), no. 65A.
Nabeshima Naoaki, ed., Kakiemon (Saga City: Kinkado Shoten, 1957), fig. p. 172.
A matching inkstand in the collection of the Groninger Museum, Groningen, Holland is published in 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. 108 where the catalogue entry remarks "designed for the Western market and no doubt based on Delft originals." The 'sander' sprinkles sand on paper to dry wet ink.