A strikingly similar baluster-form celadon jade vase and cover carved in high relief and openwork with dragons pursuing a 'Flaming Pearl' in the collection of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, is published in Chen Shen and Gu Fang, Haiwai bowuguan cang yuqi tuji zhi yi: Jianada Huangjia Andalüe bowuguan cang Zhongguo gudai yuqi / Chinese Jade Collections from Museums Outside China, No. 1: Ancient Chinese Jades from the Royal Ontario Museum, Beijing, 2016, pl. 271.
Compare also a jade moonflask vase, with clambering chilong and low-relief floral medallions, sold at Christie's New York, 18th September 1997, lot 240; a plain moonflask vase with abstract dragon-fret handles sold in these rooms, 17th October 1974, lot 63. For pear-shaped examples, see one sold at Christie's London, 13th May 2016, lot 715 and another in our Hong Kong rooms, 29th November 2018, lot 451. See also a white jade vase with similar subject matter but inscribed with a poem, sold at Christie's New York, 17 March 2017, lot 1090.
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