Oskar Pihl

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Oskar Woldemar Pihl (11 February 1890 in Moscow – 22 August 1959 in Helsinki) was a Finnish silversmith and Fabergé workmaster, born in Russia, brother of Alma Pihl. He was the son of Knut Oskar Pihl 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.

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  • H.C. Bainbridge, Peter Carl Fabergé: Goldsmith and Jeweller to the Russian Imperial Court (1966)
  • М.М. Постникова-Лосева, Н.Г.П. Платонова, Б.Л. Ульяноа, ЗОЛОТОЕ И СЕРЕБРЯНОЕ ДЕЛО XV-XX вв. (2003)
  • Gerard Hill, G.G. Smorodinova and B.L. Ulyanova, Fabergé and the Russian master Goldsmiths (2008)

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