Very few examples of foliate-rim dishes with a high splayed foot appear to be published. See a dish of related form illustrated with a cup-like receptacle, cataloged as white-glazed, excavated in 2002 and now in the Ji'nan Institute of Archaeology illustrated in Zhongguo chutu ciqi quanji / Complete Collection of Ceramic Art Unearthed in China, Beijing, 2008, vol. 6, pl. 110.
For a related example attributed to the Ding kilns, see a foliate rim dish also with a xin guan mark but a flat foot, excavated in 1969 in Dingzhou, and illustrated in Zhongguo taoci quanji [Complete series on Chinese Ceramics], Shanghai, 1999-2000, vol. 7, pl. 42. Another related cupstand, also attributed to the Ding kilns, with a guan mark and excavated in 1969 in the Dingzhou Museum, is illustrated in Zhongguo chutu ciqi quanji / Complete Collection of Ceramic Art Unearthed in China, Beijing, 2008, vol. 3, pl. 89; and another with a shorter foot, illustrated in Decorated Porcelains of Dingzhou: White Ding wares from the collection of the National Palace Museum, Taipei, 2014, p.37, pl. I-18.