See a pair of similar jade hatstands of this design and proportions, but with silver-inlaid inscription and a jade inlaid wood base, in the Palace Museum, Beijing, illustrated in The Palace Museum Collection of Elite Carvings, Beijing, 2002, pl. 85, and photographed in situ in the Sanxi Tang Room of Three Rarities in the Forbidden City, published in the exhibition catalogue Imperial China. The Living Past, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1992, p. 107; and another example in the British Museum, London, included in the Oriental Ceramics Society exhibition Chinese Jade throughout the Ages, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1975, cat. no. 463. For a hatstand of this form attributed to the Qing Dynasty, but with a plain hardwood shaft and base, see one published in Robert Kleiner, Chinese Jades from the Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman, Hong Kong, 1996, pl. 51, and sold at Christie's Hong Kong, 27th November 2007, lot 1536.
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