Four similar scenes feature on the large plaque or tea tray attributed to the De Witte Ster factory, centered with a coat-of-arms, perhaps those of Francina van Eijck the owner of the factory, is in the Rijksmuseum, obj. no. BK-1963-44, published by Jan Daniël van Dam, Delffse Porceleyne, Dutch delftware 1620-1850, Amsterdam, 2004, pp. 140-141, pl. 88. The figure of a kneeling gentleman kissing the hand of a lady appears on the Delft jug in the Victoria and Albert museum, London, mus. no. 1004-1853, published by Henry-Pierre Fourest, Delftware, Faience production at Delft, London, 1980, p. 77, no. 63.