Chugoku Kotōji Tō-Sō Meitoten [Chinese Ceramics Tang-Song Masterworks exhibition], The Japan Ceramic Society, Shirakiya, Tokyo, 1964, cat. no. 146.
Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum, Kobe, 1968.
A vase of similar proportions, but carved with a composite floral scroll, was included in the exhibition Qingbai Wares of the Song Dynasty, Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka, 1994, cat. no. 39; another, unearthed from a Southern Song dynasty hoard at Suining, Sichuan province, was included in the exhibition Fūin sareta Nansō tōji ten/Newly Discovered Southern Song Ceramics: A Thirteenth-Century “Time Capsule”, Odakyū Art Museum, Tokyo, 1998, cat. no. 61; one with lotus, in the Art Institute of Chicago, is illustrated in Sekai tōji zenshū / Ceramic Art of the World, vol. 12, Tokyo, 1977, pl. 167, together with a meiping in the Tokyo National Museum, pl. 314.
Meiping of this type are also known of smaller size: one in the Sichuan Provincial Museum, Chengdu, is illustrated in Zhongguo ciqi quanji [The complete works of Chinese ceramics], vol. 8, Shanghai, 1999, pl. 179; and another with a peony scroll, in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, is illustrated in Stacey Pierson, Qingbai Ware: Chinese Porcelain of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, London, 2002, pl. 85.
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