Olle Olls

Olle Olls is one of the most technically advanced silversmiths in Sweden. In his works, the difficult to master meets the seemingly simple and straightforward; which also entails a kinship with, and reverence for, the knowledge and craftsmanship of elder silversmiths.

Olle Olls (b. 1971, Köping) lives and works in Stockholm. He holds an MFA from The University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Olls works in The Oxenstierna Manor on Storgatan 31, Stockholm. He is represented in the collection of Nationalmuseum in Stockholm.

Bowls/ tumblers in different sizes.

Copper bowls with green patinated exterior and gilded interior.

Vase/ sculpture, “Primeval Splendour III”.

Hot forged silver. Purchased by Nationalmuseum in Stockholm after a donation by the Bengt Julin Fund. Exhibited in ”Primeval Splendour” (March 10 – 31, 2018).

Sculpture, ”Toilet Paper Roll”.

Sterling silver. Exhibited in “Quarantena” (May 7 – June 15, 2020).