For other Kakiemon-style, Meissen and Chelsea octagonal dishes see Nagatake Takeshi, Yabe Yoshiaki and Minamoto Hiromichi, eds., Kakiemon no sekai: genryu kara gendai made (Exhibition of the world of Kakiemon: from its origins to the present), exh. cat. (Tokyo, 1983), pls. 148–50.
John Ayers et al., Porcelain for Palaces: The Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650–1750, exh. cat. (London, Oriental Ceramic Society and British Museum, 1990), pls. 122, 192, and 193.
For a circular dish fired in Japan and enamelled in the Netherlands see Charlotte Rappard-Boon et al. Imitation and Inspiration: Japanese Influence on Dutch Art From 1650 to the Present (Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, 1992), pl. 15.
For other Japanese examples see: Soame Jenyns, Japanese Porcelain (London, 1965), no. 76c; Alexandra Munroe and Naomi Noble Richards, eds., The Burghley Porcelains, exh. cat. (New York: Japan Society, Inc., 1986), pl. 100.
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