23rd Jun, 2022 10:00 EST

Collect: Asian Arts

 
  Lot 41
 

41

A large Chinese yellow-ground “Dragons” charger

Decorated with one large central dragon surrounded by four dragons to the interior, four dragons on exterior, all among auspicious clouds, an apocryphal six-character Kangxi mark within double circle to the underside, channel footring.

Dia: 20 5/8 in.

PROVENANCE:

Property from the collection of Mr. Norman Potter, acquired prior to December 28, 1970
Thence by descent

Sold for $1,197
Estimated at $1,500 - $2,500


 

Decorated with one large central dragon surrounded by four dragons to the interior, four dragons on exterior, all among auspicious clouds, an apocryphal six-character Kangxi mark within double circle to the underside, channel footring.

PROVENANCE:

Property from the collection of Mr. Norman Potter, acquired prior to December 28, 1970
Thence by descent

NOTE:

Norman Stanley Potter (1926–1970) was a collector with wide-ranging interests who developed an eye for classical arts and built a collection of Asian art, antiquities, and early European art. Born to Polish immigrants in New York City, Potter began his self-edification in the arts during his youth while exploring the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a prominent mathematician and engineer, he participated in the Manhattan Project and later was a designer of complex defense systems. Together with his wife, the abstract artist Berne Potter, he was active in the art and antique worlds of New York and became friends with important gallerists and collectors, including Julius Carlebach and Melvin Gutman of Cole Galleries, Ltd., New York.

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