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Russian Imperial gold brooch by Oskar Pihl for Carl Faberge
Русская императорская ФАБЕРЖЕ брошь, золотая 56-й пробы, выполнена в виде веточки серебристого ландыша, известным мастером - Оскаром Филь (Фиин), он работал для Фаберже, английские инициалы (OP), в хорошем состоянии с футляром.Russian Imperial Gold-56 Brooch in style \"Lily of the Valley.\"
Gold and 4 silver flowers. Made circa early 1900-s.The maker marked the Brooch two times with letters OP - OSKAR PIHL, workmaster he used to work for FABERGE in MOSCOW branch office.Hallmarked. Assayed in the city of Moscow with:Mark of proof 56 - Russian Imperial gold standard
Insignia of the city of Moscow. L.: 2-1/16 inc. (5.2 cm)Condition: Worn in good condition, need good cleaning.
Old fitted, dark green inside, case included, not sure about
originality of the case.For more information, please look at the pictures we provide.
Metal: Gold - 56
Size: 2 1/16\" or 52 mm
Work master: O.P.
Condition: Very Good
Oskar Woldemar Pihl (11 February 1890 in Moscow – 22 August 1959 in Helsinki)
was a Finnish silversmith and Fabergé workmaster, born in the Russian Empire,
brother of Alma Pihl. He was the son of and of the daughter of August Holmström,
Fanny Holmström (1869–1949). Workmaster in August Holmström\'s workshop,
he made small items such as enameled tie pins. His hallmark is OP. Pihl moved
to Finland due to the Russian Revolution (1917–1923).
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