Louis Osman (1914-1996)
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Louis Osman trained as an architect in the 1930s and established a successful practice designing buildings and decorative works for both public and private clients. From the 1950s he became increasingly interested in making objects in silver and gold and his success in this field led to prestigious commissions, including the crown for the investiture of Prince Charles in 1969. This illustrated biography examines Osman's career in both disciplines and includes an inventory of his works.