Lot 234    

Polo Pony by F. Clifton,
2005, Furniture & Decorative Arts / May 27-28
oil on canvas, signed in the lower left. A fine portrayal of a chestnut horse posed in the interior of a barn. The yellow saddle blanket has red trim and a red cipher CA. Top middle of canvas with painted nameplate Delores. In a gesso and gilt frame; 23" x 20" (w/o frame) 33" x 29.5" (w/ frame).

F. Clifton, British (op. 1885-1886) He did several horse portraits, some mare and foal scenes and paintings of hunters in stables.

Provenance:  
Ex Collection Celestial Restaurant, Cincinnati, Ohio


Condition:  
VG.
Sold: $0.00
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

Sterling Black Star & Frost Child's Mug,
Lot # 323 - Sterling Black Star & Frost Child's Mug,
marked, with repousse' decoration consisting of 3 vignettes: TOM THE PIPER'S SON, LITTLE JACK HORNER, and THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET. 3.25" high, approx. 7 ozt (220 g). > Item Details
Early American Coffin Doll,
Lot # 924 - Early American Coffin Doll,
tombstone shaped plank of pine with shallow carved figure of 18th century lady or girl, great old patina; 4.5" x 7.5". These dolls were reportedly placed in coffins of little girls in the 18th century New England area. > Item Details
Cherry and Curly Maple Shinnston, West Virginia Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 495 - Cherry and Curly Maple Shinnston, West Virginia Chest of Drawers,
with cherry and poplar secondary woods. With 1 large over 2 small over 2 graduated drawers, all scratch-beaded and with period, pressed-glass pulls. The smaller drawer on the right has a lock while the smaller drawer on the left is locked via a sliding latch accessible when the right drawer is out... > Item Details
Bank of Pittsburgh Trade Sign,
Lot # 9 - Bank of Pittsburgh Trade Sign,
pine, inset moulded panel painted on both sides in gilt and black, steel swivel hooks for hanging; late 19th-early 20th century; 20" high x 39.5" wide x 2" deep. > Item Details
Wooden American Indian Weathervane Figure,
Lot # 751 - Wooden American Indian Weathervane Figure,
running Indian wielding a tomahawk, apparently cut from a single pine board. Shows evidence of being attached to some sort of support, possibly a fragment from a weather vane or trade sign. In an old weathered surface, retaining small traces of the original paint; 41.5" high x 17" wide x 1" thick.... > Item Details
Folksy Child's-Sized Cat Bench,
Lot # 628 - Folksy Child's-Sized Cat Bench,
with single-board, scroll-cut sides depicting a black cat with an arched back and raised tail, and with a plank seat in blue paint. American, early 20th century; 8.75" high (seat) x 22.75" high (overall). > Item Details
Painted Game Board,
Lot # 868 - Painted Game Board,
two-sided, with a checkerboard on front and the reverse appears to be a Parcheesi board started but not completed. Painted in black squares on a gray ground outlined with yellow striping, framed within red striping, and with a black pinstriped border. With a light varnish; 12.25" x 12.5". > Item Details
Scottish Horn & Nickel Mull,
Lot # 741 - Scottish Horn & Nickel Mull,
finely polished dark ram's horn with tip in curled spiral, nickel mounts with engraved initials P.K., and cork on interior of lid for friction fit; 2.75" long. > Item Details
Large Fighting Cock,
Lot # 226 - Large Fighting Cock,
oil on canvas. An exaggerated scale of a large Sicilian buttercup rooster posed in a landscape with homestead in the background. Bottom center of frame has a brass plaque that reads English School Fighting Cock. In a wooden frame with brass fillet; 23.5" x 29" (w/o frame), 30" x 35.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Two English Pointers by Eugene Petit,
Lot # 224 - Two English Pointers by Eugene Petit,
oil on canvas, signed in the lower right. A fine depiction of two dogs in the hunting fields with the lead dog pointing. In a gilt frame; 25" x 19" (w/o frame), 29" x 23.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Sheet Metal American Indian Weathervane,
Lot # 752 - Sheet Metal American Indian Weathervane,
multiple pieces of sheet iron riveted together and with remnants of an old, painted surface. A dramatic depiction of a running warrior holding a bow in his right hand. American, second half of the 19th century; 44.75" high. Is purported to have hung in a Westchester County, New York for 40 years.... > Item Details
Decorated Blue Opalescent Northwood <i>Alaska</i> Oil Cruet,
Lot # 161 - Decorated Blue Opalescent Northwood Alaska Oil Cruet,
from a line of tableware introduced by Northwood in 1897 to capitalize on the excitement of the Alaskan gold rush, and available in flint opal, blue opal, canary opal and emerald green. A fine example with strong aqua color, rich opalescence and enameled white floral decoration around the body and w... > Item Details
Set of Four Sheffield Candlesticks,
Lot # 311 - Set of Four Sheffield Candlesticks,
with round bases, columnar stems, and bands of scrollwork decoration; 7.75" high. > Item Details
Red and White Ohio <i>Hearts and Gizzards</i> Quilt,
Lot # 700 - Red and White Ohio Hearts and Gizzards Quilt,
pieced quilt in shades of solid red and a white dotted calico print. Well-constructed and beautifully quilted in a daisy pattern. Attributed to Ohio, early 20th century; approx. size 86" x 80". > Item Details
Carved & Painted Folk Art Box,
Lot # 76 - Carved & Painted Folk Art Box,
mixed woods, with an exaggerated carved exterior retaining an old, white paint; 6" high x 14" wide x 6.75" deep. > Item Details
Three Pieces of Early Spongeware, Two Pitchers & a Platter,
Lot # 595 - Three Pieces of Early Spongeware, Two Pitchers & a Platter,
lot of 3, all unmarked ca 1880-1910. Includes a fine squatty bulbous milk jug with strong cobalt sponge decoration and molded scroll embossing around the rim; 6.75" tall; PLUS an oblong platter with canted corners, excellent color; 11.5" x 8"; AND a tapered cylindrical milk jug with molded scallop d... > Item Details
Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Pitcher,
Lot # 580 - Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Pitcher,
with a strap handle, tooled spout, and a brushed cobalt leaf design. Third quarter 19th century; 10.5" high x 7" diameter. > Item Details
Historical Staffordshire <i>Battle of Lake Erie</i> Coffeepot,
Lot # 269 - Historical Staffordshire Battle of Lake Erie Coffeepot,
ca 1830-1850, in dark cobalt transfer depicting the Battle of Lake Erie showing the battle between frigates and the legend Commodore MacDonnogh's Victory; 8" tall. > Item Details
Old Hickory Rocking Chair,
Lot # 358 - Old Hickory Rocking Chair,
constructed of mixed woods, log construction with woven willow seat and old, brown paint. Indiana, early 20th century; 16" high (seat) x 34.5" high (overall). > Item Details
Inlaid Trinket Box in Original Finish,
Lot # 66 - Inlaid Trinket Box in Original Finish,
mahogany with geometric inlay in light wood (possibly curly maple), and small, cut-out feet. Appears to retain its original varnish finish and its original brass hardware (lacking key). American, 19th century; 3.5" high x 9.75" wide x 5.75" deep. > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: