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  • Moser Topaz Tipsy Decanter
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    Moser Topaz Tipsy Decanter
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    Moser's 'Tipsy' decanter of frosted glass features a playful detail of six clear, polished glass circles. Decanter closes with a rustic, organically shaped lid. Available in Topaz. 12.9" height. 28.1oz. Imported. Hand wash.
  • Moser Dionys Crystal Wine Glass
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    Moser Dionys Crystal Wine Glass
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    Taking its name from the Greek god of wine, Dionysus, the Moser factory was inspired to create a modern red wine glass for those who want to take a more serious approach to drinking red wine. The Dionys pattern's clean aesthetic has become widely popular for its simple elegance as well as its aptitude to maximize the taste and aroma of red wine. 9.7" height. Handmade. Lead free. Hand wash.
  • Moser Dionys Decanter Set
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    Moser Dionys Decanter Set
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    Inspired by the Greek god of wine, the Dionys decanter set comes with a decanter and decantation funnel to remove sediment or for young, immature wines. Two long stem red wine glasses are included as well. 42.5 oz. decanter. 9.75" / 25 oz. glasses.
  • Moser Dionys Crystal White Wine Glass
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    Moser Dionys Crystal White Wine Glass
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    Taking its name from the Greek god of wine, Dionysus, the Moser factory was inspired to create a modern white wine glass for those who want to take a more serious approach to drinking white wine. The Dionys pattern's clean aesthetic has become widely popular for its simple elegance as well as its aptitude to maximize the taste and aroma of white wine. 8" height. Handmade. Lead free. Hand wash.
  • Moser Whisky Highball Glass
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    Moser Whisky Highball Glass
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    Handmade whiskey highball glass. 6.6" height x 3" diameter. 13.5 oz. Imported. Available in Topaz. Hand wash.
  • Moser "Pebbles" Small Bowl in Smoke
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    Moser "Pebbles" Small Bowl in Smoke
    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice. Measures approximately 4 ¾"d.
  • Moser Pebbles Decanter
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    Moser Pebbles Decanter
    Using the Whisky pattern shape as a starting point, Moser’s Master Engravers have come up with a whimsical pattern called "Pebbles". Evocative of both small stones and little chunks of ice.
  • Moser "Pebbles" Double Old Fashioned Glasses
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    Moser "Pebbles" Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice. One of their most popular patterns, "Pebbles" features 9 brilliant color options to choose from. Also available is a boxed set of 6 assorted colors. Double Old Fashioned glasses measure 4"h. And have a 12 ½ oz. Capacity.
  • Moser Splendid White Wine
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    Moser Splendid White Wine
    6.7 OZ., 7.8" H.
  • Moser "Ocean Life" Whiskey Double Old Fashioned Glass
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    Moser "Ocean Life" Whiskey Double Old Fashioned Glass
    This striking offering from Moser depicts six different aquatic scenes engraved on the ever popular Whisky barware pattern. The Whiskey Double Old Fashioned glasses measure 4" h. And have a 12.5 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser "Ocean Life" Whiskey Highball Glass
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    Moser "Ocean Life" Whiskey Highball Glass
    This striking offering from Moser depicts six different aquatic scenes engraved on the ever popular Whisky barware pattern. The Whiskey Highball Glasses measure 6.6" h. And have a 13.5 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser "Bar" Shot Glass
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    Moser "Bar" Shot Glass
    The pattern is attributed to Rudolf Eschler and was first produced in 1934. "Ice bottom" is the name given to the square cut base to describe its rich proportions. 1.5 Oz. Capacity.
  • Moser Whiskey Highball Glasses
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    Moser Whiskey Highball Glasses
    Designed by Oldrich Lipa in 1968, this pattern features a smooth, cylindrical shape with a thick "strengthened" bottom. The Whiskey Highball Glasses are 6.6" h., 3" diameter and have a 13.5 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser "Bar" Double Old Fashioned Glass
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    Moser "Bar" Double Old Fashioned Glass
    The pattern is attributed to Rudolf Eschler and was first produced in 1934. "Ice bottom" is the name given to the square cut base to describe its rich proportions. Double Old Fashioned glasses are 4" h. And have a 7.3 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser "Lady Hamilton" Color Hock Glass,
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    Moser "Lady Hamilton" Color Hock Glass,
    During the blowing process, a color is draped over the existing clear base and then panel cutters work through to the clear core to create alternating panels of clear and color. These glasses measure 7.2" h., and have a 4.3 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser Whiskey Double Old Fashioned Glass
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    Moser Whiskey Double Old Fashioned Glass
    Designed by Oldrich Lipa in 1968, this pattern features a smooth, cylindrical shape with a thick "strengthened" bottom. The Whiskey Double Old Fashioned Glasses are 4" h. And have a 12.5 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser Pebbles Whiskey Highball Glass
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    Moser Pebbles Whiskey Highball Glass
    Using the Whisky pattern shape as a starting point, Moser’s Master Engravers have come up with a whimsical pattern called "Pebbles". Evocative of both small stones and little chunks of ice, Pebbles has become one of the most popular Moser barware patterns. The Whiskey Pebbles Highball glasses measure 6.6" h., and have a 13.5 oz. Capacity.
  • Moser Vera Plain Champagne Flute
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    Moser Vera Plain Champagne Flute
    A native of Prague, artist Petr Vadura used the many moods and historical and architectural periods of the city as inspiration to create the Vera pattern. From the 17th century to the Secession era to the 1920s on to the modern era, the artist has added elements from each of these as an homage to his city. 5.6 Oz., 9.2" h.
  • Moser Dionys Decanter
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    Moser Dionys Decanter
    Moser considered every aspect of the art of drinking wine in creating the Dionys set (whose name was inspired by the Greek god of wine Dionysus). The decanter comes with a funnel to allow for decantation which is usually reserved for wines with sediment and young immature wines whose bouquet must be drawn by exposure to oxygen at the time of decantation. Moser also designed a red wine glass with a deliberately tall stem to prevent the hands from warming up the wine too quickly. At the same time, the bowl of the glass is big enough to observe the color and purity of the wine. The decanter has a 42.5oz capacity. The red wine glasses stand 9 ¾” tall and have a 25oz capacity.
  • Moser "Royal" Crystal Stemware
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    Moser "Royal" Crystal Stemware
    The stunning "Royal" design was commissioned by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of England in 1907. Moser received a Royal Warrant as Purveyor of Glass to the British Monarch - a highly unusual honor for a non-British Supplier. The pattern is diamond cut by hand and rimmed in 24-karat gold. Following the king's death the design was released and subsequently purchased by the Royal House of Norway and the United Nations among many other royal courts and governments.
  • Moser "Splendid" Crystal Stemware
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    Moser "Splendid" Crystal Stemware
    Designed in 1911, the "Splendid" collection is considered to be the magnum opus of Moser’s designs. One of the most popular state service patterns in the Moser collection, it has been commissioned by the Royal Houses of Spain, Norway and England. Splendid is entirely diamond crosscut by hand and topped off with a dramatic 24K gold band.
  • Moser Lady Hamilton Gold
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    Moser Lady Hamilton Gold
    This pattern is an example of the "papal" cut so called because it is a derivative of the Pope pattern and its defining panel cuts. The Pope pattern was commissioned by Pope Pius XI in 1923 while its offspring Lady Hamilton was first produced in 1934. Lady Hamilton has become one of Moser’s superlative patterns and continues to be very popular to this day. As presented here, it is available with an etched 24K gold band.
  • Moser Culbuto Alexandrite Bowl
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    Moser Culbuto Alexandrite Bowl
    The curved nature of these bowls is a good example of the Functionalism school of design (the function of an object should determine its design and materials). Created to embody this school of thought, the Culbuto pattern dates back to 1935. (4.7” D)
  • Moser Bar Small Bowl Aquamarine
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    Moser Bar Small Bowl Aquamarine
    The pattern is attributed to Rudolf Eschler and was first produced in 1934. "Ice bottom" is the name given to the square cut base to describe its rich proportions.
  • Moser Optimal Bud Vase
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    Moser Optimal Bud Vase
    Lukáš Jaburek, head of Studio Moser, presents a more quiet reflection of his skill with the art of glassmaking: a simple silhouette which allow the beauty of a flower to rise to center stage. Handmade of fine crystal in Czech Republic. Measures 4 3/5" h.
  • Moser Pebbles Clear Shot
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    Moser Pebbles Clear Shot
    Using the Whisky pattern shape as a starting point, Moser’s Master Engravers have come up with a whimsical pattern called "Pebbles". Evocative of both small stones and little chunks of ice, Pebbles has become one of the most popular Moser barware patterns. (2 OZ., 2.6" H.)
  • Moser Clear Culbuto Bowl
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    Moser Clear Culbuto Bowl
    The curved nature of these bowls is a good example of the Functionalism school of design (the function of an object should determine its design and materials). Created to embody this school of thought, the Culbuto pattern dates back to 1935. (4.7" D)
  • Moser Mozart
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    Moser Mozart
    Designed in 1936 by Otto Tauschek, a graphic artist, painter and porcelain designer, Mozart embodies the refinements of the Rococo style and Classicism with its delicate bowl, pearl engraved rim and intricately shaped and faceted stem.
  • Moser Bar Decanter Clear 10.8"h
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    Moser Bar Decanter Clear 10.8"h
    The pattern is attributed to Rudolf Eschler and was first produced in 1934. "Ice bottom" is the name given to the square cut base to describe its rich proportions.
  • Moser Circular Bud Vase
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    Moser Circular Bud Vase
    Lukáš Jaburek, head of Studio Moser, presents a more quiet reflection of his skill with the art of glassmaking: a simple silhouette which allow the beauty of a flower to rise to center stage. Handmade of fine crystal in Czech Republic. Measures 4 3/5" h.
  • Moser Lady Hamilton
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    Moser Lady Hamilton
    This pattern is an example of the "papal" cut so called because it is a derivative of the Pope pattern and its defining panel cuts. The Pope pattern was commissioned by Pope Pius XI in 1923 while its offspring Lady Hamilton was first produced in 1934. Lady Hamilton has become one of Moser’s superlative patterns and continues to be very popular to this day.
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