Polo Antiques


www.poloantiques.com has recently been launched to provide polo memorabilia, collectables, works of art and sculpture for the discerning collector who is interested in this famous sport of polo. Please click on any of the images to view the details. We are constantly updating the site as items are sold and new items appear so please check back regularly.

David Geenty English 20th century a truly magnificent bronze Hurlingham edition of 15 only 12 weeks delivery as each piece cast individually. 14lbs 8 oz weight A 20th century stained glass window depicitng a polo match. These windows can be made to order with any specification for your requirements please e mail us your details David Geenty English 20th century Riding off a limited edition bronze of 15 each cast individually so allow 12 weeks for delivery
Weight 6lbs 2 oz Oleg Mingalev (Mingaleff) Ukranian 20th century Polo in the Indian mountains A silver polo player trophy or sculpture fully hallmarked Sheffield markings are 925 European Sterling Silver Mark Crown  for made in Sheffield Dated Letter for 2010                                                               A 20th century enraved 24 percent lead crystal vase with four polo players and ponies. Hand engraved  this particualr one is sold but commissions are accepted on request from 800-00
A 20th century 24 percent lead crystal hand engraved urn. Made by    Mario Cioni and hand engraved by a British Engraver  this particualr example is sold but commissions are accepted   from 800 pounds gbp                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            various hand engraved polo glass trophies from 800-00 please email for further information A Victorian composed liquer set somprising of a spreading cylindrical decanter with prismatic stopper, six glasses, a rectangular tray, the mounts and the border pierced and embossed with cherubic masks, fanciful birds and foliate scrolls the tray with a bevelled glass field, cartouche shaped scroll cast feet. Inscribed Sunshine Middlewood Polo Cup, 1900 Silver marked John and Wiliam Deaken Chester and Birmingham 1897 Silver polo toast rack new Birmingham 2009 A pair of 20th century silver polo candlesticks hall marked various polo trophies startign at 800-00 please call iain on 44 (uk) (0) 207 193 4353
A 20th century hand engraved with four polo ponies 100 percent lead crystal vase hand engraved English 20th century 429


Frank Ashley Nelson American 1920-2007 Original watercolour on paper polo playing He was one of the finest representational artists of American Art.  A resident of Carmel and Monterey, California for the past few decades.  He was represented for over 50 years by the Zantman art gallery.  He served combat duty in England as a B 17 pilot, completing 25 missions.  He was awarded two distinguished flying crosses, a purple heart and four air medals.  He was discharged as a captain and after world war two he studied art at the academy of art in Chicago, then the Minneapolis art institute and the art student’s league in New York.  He was the recipient of numerous awards for his work and some of his finest pieces other than polo are of jazz musicians and horseracing.
 
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Frank Ashley Nelson American 1920-2007 Original watercolour on paper polo playing He was one of the finest representational artists of American Art.  A resident of Carmel and Monterey, California for the past few decades.  He was represented for over 50 years by the Zantman art gallery.  He served combat duty in England as a B 17 pilot, completing 25 missions.  He was awarded two distinguished flying crosses, a purple heart and four air medals.  He was discharged as a captain and after world war two he studied art at the academy of art in Chicago, then the Minneapolis art institute and the art student’s league in New York.  He was the recipient of numerous awards for his work and some of his finest pieces other than polo are of jazz musicians and horseracing.
 Signed lower left FAN An original lithograph  by Henry Koehler American born 1927 polo at Deauville signed artists proof c 1971 framed A rare and extremly beautuful patina/wooden and metal late Victorian sadlle rack Maufacturer inscribed on the under neath rubbed Further photographs on request. An original drawing pencil on paper by Judy Boyt of polo scenes
An original lithograph by Henry Koehler American born 1927 Mounting up signed artists proof circa 1977 framed A glass Cullet Edinburgh 20th century engraved by Sandra Snaddon on both sides giving it an amazing 3D effect Robert Barnete (Barnette) American born 1931 died 2006 oil on canvas laid down on board Polo Game signed and framed Oil on canvas the polo match signed E Ballard English School 20th century framed Polo players an original work by 
Judy Boyt pencil on paper mounted un-framed fo more information on Judy plese log onto www.emptyplinth.co.uk
Oil on canvas laid down on board a spectators view signed M Pamela Lander British 20th century framed Venita Sayer Latvian living in England pencil drawing on paper Polo Pony signed and framed An original lithograph by Henry Koehler American born 1927 Groom with horses artists proof circa 1977 framed Six action polo pencil sketches in one mount the largest 16 x12 cms dated 1900 and signed but not legible (LUIZ) An early 20th century mixed media gouache and pastel of a polo game with stands behind signed Frobisher framed Cirle of John SKEAPING b. 1901
Sculptor, mainly of animals. Born 9 June 1901 at South Woodford, Essex, son of a painter. Studied at Goldsmiths' College, the Central School 1917–19 and the R.A. Schools 1919–20. Won the Rome Prize 1924 and married Barbara Hepworth in Florence the same year. First one-man exhibition (with Barbara Hepworth) at Alex Reid & Lefevre, Glasgow, 1928. Member of the 7 & 5 Society 1932; London Group 1928–34. Official War Artist 1940–5. Worked in Mexico 1949–50. A.R.A. 1950, R.A. 1960. Taught sculpture at the R.C.A. from 1948 and was Professor of Sculpture 1953–9. Author of Animal Drawing 1936, How to Draw Horses 1941, and The Big Tree of Mexico 1952.
Published in: 
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II 



pencil/charcoal on paper