Yellow stembowls are extremely rare, but a similar Jiajing piece in the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, is published in Minji meihin zuroku
[Illustrated catalogue of important Ming porcelains], Tokyo, 1977-8, vol. III, pl. 37; and one with dragons moulded in low relief on the inside, from the Sir Percival David Collection is in the British Museum, London, included in the exhibition Ceramic Evolution in the Middle Ming Period. Hongzhi to Wanli (1488-1620)
, Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, London, 1994-5, cat. no. 6. Another yellow Jiajing stembowl of this undecorated type was sold in these rooms 18th May 1982, lot 188, and one with incised dragons in our London rooms, 13th October 1992, lot 95, from the collection of Sir David Home.
A Xuande (AD 1426-35) prototype from the collection of Alfred Clark and now in the Au Bak Ling collection was included in the exhibition 100 Masterpieces of Imperial Chinese Ceramics from the Au Bak Ling Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1998.