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    Moser Galaxy Vase
    Moser Galaxy Vase

    The Galaxy vase represents another successful collaboration between acclaimed Czech artist René Roubíček and the Moser factory. As with past works, it reflects his fascination with optical effects and geometry. With concentric circles of color layered upon a clear base, the Galaxy vase is an aptly named piece.

    Measures 11 ¾" h.

    $13,320
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    Moser Gloria Vase
    Moser Gloria Vase

    An classic shape defined by 12 bold edges rising up from an elegant pedestal base.

    $485 - $1,300

    Assorted Sizes

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    Moser Lake World Vase
    Moser Lake World Vase

    The Lakeworld vase features the talents of Moster master engraver Roman Chalupka. The work captures the everyday life below a lake’s surface and above it where dragonflies flit and reeds rustle in the breeze. The gentle transition from a deep blue to a dark green gives the piece an unique atmosphere and spatiality.

    Measures 13" h.

    $15,755
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    Moser Pear Vase
    Moser Pear Vase

    Studio Moser artistic director Lukáš Jabůrek won the public prize of the Czech Grand Design 2012 competition for this dramatic piece which was inspired by a pear-shaped diamond. Bold, courageous panel cuts and vibrant colors combine to create a stunning vase.

    $950

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    Planet Moser Vase
    Planet Moser Vase

    The Planet Moser vase was an entry in the annual design competition for the Ludwig Moser Award (a competition to encourage young, creative talents from secondary and higher vocational glassmaking colleges and arts universities) and was an honorable mention in the category of universities. Designed by Martin Opl, the artist was inspired by the cosmos and the unlimited combination of beauty, colors and shapes.

    Measures 9 ¼" h.

    $6,905
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    Moser Polygon Vase
    Moser Polygon Vase

    Designed by artist Jan Čtvrtník, the Polygon vases are two unique vases blown into one mold and then precisely cut and polished until the flat surfaces and rounded edges fit each other perfectly.

    $7,595

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    Moser Sirael Vase
    Moser Sirael Vase

    The Sirael vase was designed by Vladimír Jelínek in 2015. The artist was inspired to capture an ethereal landscape of graceful shapes and soft, beckoning colors. The vase is alexandrite underplayed with green.

    Measures 13 ¾" h.

    $4,950
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    Moser Bubbles Bowl
    Moser Bubbles Bowl

    The Bubbles bowl features optical effects created by multiple circular cuts which appear to envelope it in a stream of rising effervescence.
    Measures 9 ¾" d.

    $4,935
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    Moser Century Bowl
    Moser Century Bowl

    The name of this bowl stems from the optical effect of the opposing walls reflecting back alternating layers of color and white which appear to create multiple- if not quite 100- layers to this fascinating piece.

    $3,760

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    Moser City Bowl
    Moser City Bowl

    Studio Moser's artistic director Lukas Jaburek shares his inspiration for creating the colorful shapes and sizes comprising the City collection: When you are at street level in a busy urban area, initially all the streets are rectangular, and all the buildings appear the same; however, upon closer inspection, each building actually has its own face and unique character. They are distinguished by their color, their inner core, which in turn influences the atmosphere of the entire city. One complements the other and if you keep this in mind, it heightens one’s appreciation of the beautiful silhouettes and panorama of the city.

    Measures 5" d.

    $2,745
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    Moser Danaa Bowl
    Moser Danaa Bowl

    Designed by František Moudrý in 2015, the Danaa bowl takes the popular drift ice barware pattern and transforms it into an arresting art glass piece.

    Measures 9 ¾" d.

    $4,035
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    Moser Galaxy Bowl
    Moser Galaxy Bowl

    The Galaxy bowl represents another successful collaboration between acclaimed Czech artist René Roubíček and the Moser factory. As with past works, it reflects his fascination with optical effects and geometry. With concentric circles of color layered upon a clear base, the Galaxy bowl is an aptly named piece.

    MEasures 10 ¾" d.

    $9,735
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    Moser Rouge Bowl
    Moser Rouge Bowl

    Studio Moser and head designer Lukáš Jabůrek were inspired by a rose to create the Rouge Bowl. Swirls of color offset by layers of white create a stunning depth to this masterpiece.

    $4,190
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    Moser Seashell Bowl
    Moser Seashell Bowl

    The seashell bowl was an entry in the annual design competition for the Ludwig Moser Award (a competition to encourage young, creative talents from secondary and higher vocational glassmaking colleges and arts universities) and was an honorable mention in the category of secondary schools. Designed by Tereza Rusinová, the artist was inspired by the energy and motion of ocean waves.

    Measures 13" d.

    $4,940
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    Moser Sweet Bowl
    Moser Sweet Bowl

    The Sweet collection was designed by Studio Moser artistic director Lukáš Jabůrek who wanted to capture the bliss of tea on a lazy afternoon and the memory of a slice of sweet confection from a bundt cake pan.

    Measures 11 ¼" d.

    $3,980
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    Moser Fan Vase
    Moser Fan Vase

    The Fan vase was designed by Lotte Moser for the International Exposition of Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris in 1925. The vase won great acclaim at the exhibition and contributed to the Moser Collection receiving a Gold Medal at the show. This vase was re-released from the Moser Archives in 2003.

    Measures 8 ¼" h.

    $2,500
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    Moser Ball Vase
    Moser Ball Vase

    Designed by artist Jakub Balhar after being inspired by his daughters and their rooms full of balls. He created the Ball vase to be a combination of playful children’s colors with the solemnity and elegance of the adult world.

    Measures 11 ¾" h.

    $8,990
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    Moser Beauty Vase
    Moser Beauty Vase

    A globe -shaped vase which is hand-cut to highlight the purity and shine of the crystal. This Moser design originated around 1940.

    $570 - $885

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    Moser City Vase
    Moser City Vase

    Studio Moser's artistic director Lukas Jaburek shares his inspiration for creating the colorful shapes and sizes comprising the City collection: When you are at street level in a busy urban area, initially all the streets are rectangular, and all the buildings appear the same; however, upon closer inspection, each building actually has its own face and unique character. They are distinguished by their color, their inner core, which in turn influences the atmosphere of the entire city. One complements the other and if you keep this in mind, it heightens one’s appreciation of the beautiful silhouettes and panorama of the city.

    $1,700 - $2,550

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    Moser Royal Champagne Coupe
    Moser Royal Champagne Coupe

    This Moser 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.

    Holds 6 ounces.

    $185
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    Moser "Pebbles" Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    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.

    $110 - $790

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    Moser "Pebbles" Stemless Martini Glasses
    Moser "Pebbles" Stemless Martini Glasses

    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice.

    4” h, 8.5 oz.

    $135 - $150

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    Moser "Pebbles" Stemmed Martini Glasses
    Moser "Pebbles" Stemmed Martini Glasses

    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice.

    7 ¾” h, 8.8 oz.

    $135 - $150

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    Moser "Pebbles" Shot Glasses
    Moser "Pebbles" Shot Glasses

    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice.

    2 ⅝” h, 2 oz.

    $65 - $70

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    Moser "Pebbles" Decanter
    Moser "Pebbles" Decanter

    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice.

    6 ¾” h, one quart.

    $775 - $950

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    Moser "Bar" Double Old Fashioned Glass
    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.

    $215 - $1,455

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    Moser Cone Vases
    Moser Cone Vases

    The sharp groove of the cutter’s wheel has created a shimmering tower of endless mirrored reflections and yet the combination of dark and light colors immediately draws the viewer’s eyes to the dramatic depth of the center core. Designed by Lukáš Jaburek, head of Studio Moser, as part of Moser’s 2017 160th Anniversary collection.

    Each measures 10 ¼" h.

    $4,700

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    Moser Elements Vases Moser Elements Vases
    Moser Elements Vases

    Designed by Jirí Šuhájek, the artist was inspired to render each of the four elements as a unique work of art but combined together they harmoniously blend to reflect the foundation and root of all energy and life.

    $4,100

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    Moser Guttula Vases
    Moser Guttula Vases

    From the Latin word for “droplet”, Czech Artist Libor Doležal’s undulating piece could be the token of a passing storm cloud or the creative offspring of a glassblower’s pipe.

    Each measures 8" h.

    $3,000

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    Moser Icelandic Volcano Vases
    Moser Icelandic Volcano Vases

    Designed by Czech artists Dagmar Pánková and Leoš Smejkal as part of their Studio Bystro Design collaboration, the Icelandic Volcano vase was inspired by the volcanoes found in Iceland where the ice encrusted landscape hides the hot, bubbling activity happening just below the surface.

    Each measures 11 ¾" h.

    $3,300

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    Moser Kolorit Vases
    Moser Kolorit Vases

    With the Kolorit collection, Lukáš Jaburek, head of Studio Moser, has created a fascinating conversation piece in crystal. Taking inspiration from a walk through a forest, he designed the Kolorit collection in the shape of stylized leaves which, depending on the piece, reflect back the brilliant colors of a sunny autumnal excursion or his visit a few months later when melting winter snow created fleeting rivers of blue.

    $2,350

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    Moser Mondrian Vases
    Moser Mondrian Vases

    Part of Moser’s 2017 160th Anniversary collection. Designed by artist Michal Kožený who was inspired by the iconic work of Piet Mondrian. Mondrian chose to distill his representations of the world to their basic vertical and horizontal elements, which represented the two essential opposing forces: the positive and the negative, the dynamic and the static, the masculine and the feminine.

    Each measures 10 ½" h.

    $4,700

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    Moser Paradise Vases
    Moser Paradise Vases

    During the dark days of the Czech winter, the master engravers at Moser yearned to escape through their handiwork and the result is this Paradise vase. The artists dreamt of African safaris, Caribbean vacations, escapes to the Far East and sunny afternoons in a flowery field.

    $6,150 - $6,450

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    Moser Rio Vases
    Moser Rio Vases

    Designed by Daniel Eltner for Moser, the shape of these vases was inspired by the mosaic tile pattern on the sidewalks of Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro. The colors reflect the effervescence and heat of the famous South American city.

    $2,100 - $2,800

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    Moser Softhard Vases
    Moser Softhard Vases

    Motivated by asymmetry, surprise and intense color variations, artist Milan Knížák has been working with design since the 1960s. His Softhard vases allude to the duality of a glassmaker’s craft from the liquid fluidity of the molten form to the rigid tension of the hardened surface.

    Each measures 12" h.

    $3,300

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    Moser Simple Vases
    Moser Simple Vases

    The Simple vases were designed by Radek Brezar - winner of the 2014 Ludwig Moser Award. Their name is deliberately ironic in that their simple shape stands in stark contrast to the rich and precise cut of the white enamel.

    $3,495

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    Moser Stratis Vases
    Moser Stratis Vases

    The winning design of the 2015 “Ludwig Moser Award” which is aimed at encouraging and highlighting the talents of rising, young artists, the Stratis vases were designed by Jakub Mendel. The wedge cuts and the striking white enamel create a fluidity and movement to these pieces that makes them in danger of spinning right off the screen.

    Measures 7" h.

    $3,000

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    Moser Wood Vases
    Moser Wood Vases

    These vases reflect the pinnacle of the glassmaker’s skill since they include a complex combination of both an underlay and overlay technique which enhances the clear center leaving it nestled between reseda and amethyst. Designed by Sebastian Menschhorn for Moser’s 160th anniversary.

    $4,700
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    Moser Pebbles Small Bowls
    Moser Pebbles Small Bowls

    Created by Moser’s master engravers, this whimsical pattern called "Pebbles" evokes the look of both small stones and little chunks of ice.

    Measures 4 ¾" d.

    $155 - $175

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    Moser Oeno Crystal Glasses
    Moser Oeno Crystal Glasses

    Designed by Slovak artist Patrick Illo, the Oeno (eee-no) pattern is named after the Greek goddess of wine who had the ability to turn anything into this highly coveted fermented beverage — a trait no doubt learned from her grandfather, the Greek god of wine Dionysus. Appropriately enough, the study of wine is called oenology but even non-serious students will appreciate the fine lines of this new Moser pattern.

    $75 - $85

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    Moser Paula Crystal Glasses
    Moser Paula Crystal Glasses

    A stunning product of the Art Nouveau movement, this pattern was designed in 1902. Originally called "Rose", its unique shape imitates a flower's calyx. The cut stem is six-sided and the bowl has six relief corners. The bowl is decorated with a copper-wheel engraved motif of a rose sprig. Under the rim and on the edge of the foot are gilded engravings of two intertwined stems with thorn and leaves.

    $665 - $695

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    Moser Bonbon Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    Moser Bonbon Double Old Fashioned Glasses

    A mesh pattern imparts a dramatic sparkle on the Bonbon collection thereby drawing comparisons to an exquisite jewel. Clearly Moser?s skill with cutting rivals the best that mother nature has to offer.

    Each holds 12.3 oz.

    $190 - $210

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    Moser Bubbles Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    Moser Bubbles Double Old Fashioned Glasses

    Cut circles emulate the appearance of a bubbly, frothy drink on this festive pattern designed by Moser.

    Each holds 12.5 oz.

    $85 - $95

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    Moser Cubism Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    Moser Cubism Double Old Fashioned Glasses

    The cubist movement of the early twentieth century began as a revolt against the artistic ideals of previous years and featured deconstructed objects that were rejoined in abstract ways. Western Europe embraced cubism in paintings and sculpture but in Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) its grasp extended to architecture and the applied arts as well. No doubt a walk around modern-day Prague, with its many echoes of this movement, inspired Czech artist Rony Plesl to design the Cubism collection for Moser.

    Each holds 7.4 oz.

    $285 - $315

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    Moser Mozart Double Old Fashioned Glasses
    Moser Mozart Double Old Fashioned Glasses

    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 and pearl engraved rim. Also available in stemware sizes.

    Each holds 12.5 oz.

    $165
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    Moser Pebbles Single Old Fashioned Glasses
    Moser Pebbles Single 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.

    Each holds 8.3 oz.

    $105

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    Moser Fusion Double Old Fashioned Glass, Clear
    Moser Fusion Double Old Fashioned Glass, Clear

    Moser's popular Pebbles and Bar patterns meet at the cutter's wheel. Combined together, they create a bold new concept called Fusion that celebrates the best of both.

    Holds 7.3 oz.

    $330
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    Moser Animor Vase with Elephants
    Moser Animor Vase with Elephants

    Part of Moser’s 2017 160th Anniversary collection, these pieces are archival reissues and are part of the Animor series originally designed by architect Rudolf Wels during the art deco period of the 1920s.

    Measures 11 ¾" h.

    $6,500
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