Other related examples include: one from the Arthur M. Sackler Collection, exhibited in Early Chinese Miniatures, China House Gallery/China Institute in America, New York, 1977, cat. no. 222 and later sold at Christie's New York, 1st December 1994, lot 70, attributed to the Song or Ming dynasty; another of different form is illustrated in Christian Deydier, Chinese Bronzes, New York, 1980, pl. 148 and attributed to the Song dynasty; a vessel with a wheel base, attributed to the Ming dynasty and sold in these rooms, 12th April 1990, lot 383; and a Mandarin duck-form washer attributed to the Ming dynasty and sold in our Hong Kong rooms, 20th November 1985, lot 252.
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