Moser glass is renown for their luxury glassware, stemware and gifts. Moser has been made is 1857. Moser is often called the “King of Glass and the Glass of Kings” because of Moser’s famous customers like Edward VII, Pope Pius XI and numerous other kings, sultans and heads of state. All Moser glass is lead free and hand made.
Show that stereotypes mean nothing to you. This vase from the Pear collection stands out for both its unorthodox design and the demands it places on the glassmasters. In the same way, the massive base of the vase reliably keeps the slanted planes stable, the experienced glassmakers of Moser can handle the 25 kilos of crystal glass required to make the largest vase in the collection. The expertly tamed mass and magical colours of this cut-crystal artifact will transform any space in which it is placed.
With the artifacts from the Hruška collection, a design enters the interior, which rightly draws attention to itself. The vase, which stood at the beginning of this series of decorations, won the prestigious Czech Grand Design Award 2012. Experts and lovers of cut glass were thrilled by the idea of an inclined object, which, however, stands firmly on a robust base. The strong crystal in its sternly cut edges seemed to hold the light in its palms and appropriate it. The Hruška vase is rightly one of the most successful solitaires of the current line Moser.
Height: 13 cm
Width: 3.4 cm
Pure crystal symbolizes immaculacy, simplicity, and elegance. It’s perfect for every piece, every purpose, and every opportunity. Lead-free crystal made according to the original formula used by Leo Moser..
This mysterious colour dramatically alters its colouration from a light hint of lilac to a pale shade of azure when held under pink light. The formula especially created in 1920 for Moser paints the crystal using neodymium oxide and Erbium.
A light turquoise colour, inspired by the depths of a blue-green lagoon and foaming waves. It gets its name from the Greek word “beryllos”, meaning the precious bluish-green stone. The formula was exclusively created in 1920 for Moser and it dyes the crystal using copper and iron oxides.
A lemon-yellow and once rare colour, characterized by its powerful brightness and gentle pastel hue. Apart from its unique character, it also gives the crystal its extraordinary hardness when being worked by the glassmakers. Its formula was specially developed in 1920 for Moser and it stains the crystal with titanium and cerium oxides.
A romantic and noble colour ranging from shades of pink to brick red. With its elegance, it unobtrusively adds admiration to every detail across large, cut surfaces. The formula was specially designed in 1920 for Moser and it stains the crystal using selenium and neodymium oxides.
A honey-gold to intensely light yellow colour, referring to the vividness of the hot glass before it’s further worked by the master glassmakers. This passion displayed before the colour is tamed allows the finely cut motifs to fully speak throughout the creations. The formula especially created in 1920 for Moser colours the crystal with graphite.