ANTIQUE 19thC RUSSIAN FABERGE 56 GOLD & ENAMEL BROOCH, OSKAR PIHL c.1890
Antique late-19th Century Imperial Russian Faberge gold and guilloche enamel brooch, of shaped rectangular rococo outline, the surface applied with translucent peach enamel over engine-turned ground, the chased scroll borders set with four circular old cut diamonds.
Hallmarked Russian 56 (585 gold standard), Moscow, year 1890-1900, Maker's mark OP (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 Holmstrom's workshop, he made small items such as enameled tie pins and brooches.)
In Great Condition - No Damage.