Compare a wine warmer of similar form and decoration in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, inscribed with a Yongzheng mark, illustrated by Warren E. Cox, The Book of Pottery and Porcelain, vol. II, New York, 1949, pl. 164, fig. 872. Another, in the Royal Ontario Museum, is inscribed with a Caihua tang zhi (Hall of Brilliant Splendor) mark, accession number 911.8.60A-C. A third example, inscribed with a Yanghe tang zhi (Hall for Cultivating Harmony), in the collection of Seikadō Bunko Art Museum in Tokyo, is illustrated in Seikadō zō Shinchō tōji. Keitokuchin kanyō no bi [Qing dynasty porcelain collected in the Seikado. Beauty of Jingdezhen imperial kilns], Seikado Bunko Art Museum, Tokyo, 2006, cat. no. 41.
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