A black lacquer bowl stand with a Yaozhou tea bowl, excavated from the tomb of the Lu family in Shaanxi province, is illustrated ibid., p. 57, fig. 1; and another with a Jian bowl recovered from a tomb in Jiangyin, Jiangsu province, is illustrated Zhongguo qiqi quanji [The complete collection of Chinese lacquer], vol. 4, Fuzhou, 1998, pl. 136. A black bowl stand of similar form but with slightly shorter foot, in the Nezu Institute of Fine Arts, Tokyo, is illustrated in Monica Kopplin, The Monochrome Principle, Munich, 2011, p. 132, pl. 9, together with a lobed example in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, p. 131, pl. 8; and another from the Lee Family Collection, included in the exhibition Dragon and Phoenix. Chinese Lacquer Ware, The Museum of East Asian Art, Köln, 1990, cat. no. 22, was sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 1st December 2009, lot 1802.
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