A Qingbai tripod censer of larger size (17 cm. high) raised on similar tall legs surmounted by animal masks and also with two small rectangular handles, but carved with a floral design, was excavated in 1991 from a Southern Song kiln site in Jingyu Village, Suining, Sichuan province, and is illustrated in China's Jingdezhen Porcelain through the Ages, Beijing, 1998, p. 103. Another Qingbai tripod censer carved with the Eight Trigrams, excavated in 1964 at Jingdezhen, is now in the Jingdezhen City Museum Collection, and illustrated, op. cit, p. 108. See, also, the pair of Qingbai pear-shaped vases dated to 13th/14th century with phoenix-head handles which, like the present tripod censer, are carved with rather eccentric interpretations of designs found on archaic bronzes, illustrated by R. Krahl, Chinese Ceramics form the Meiyintang Collection, vol. 1, London, 1994, p. 332, no. 619.