Probably following a silver form and later produced in multiple European factories, most notably at Höchst by Ignatz Hess, examples of similar form have been documented in under-glaze blue, famille-rose, and sometimes en camaieu. Examples decorated only with floral motifs are illustrated in David Howard and John Ayers, China for the West, Vol. II, London, 1978, cat. no. 571, and Michel Beurdeley, Porcelain of the East India Companies, London, 1962, fig. 19. Examples with arms are illustrated in Bredo L. Grandjean, Dansk Ostindisk Porcelæn, Copenhagen, 1965, fig. 88, cat. no. 72, and an example for the Danish market, complete with stand, and with the arms of von Holstein and Ahlefeldt was sold in these rooms, January 23, 1992, lot 464. An example with the arms of the Dutch family van Hardenbroek is illustrated in Jochem Kroes, Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, Zwolle, 2007, cat. no. 379a.