All of this is combined in products by the unique Moser company, which works with crystal and gives it a unique and luxurious shape. The company transforms a shapeless mass of silica into graceful forms, be these glasses, vases or bowls. You absolutely must own some of the unique solitaire pieces from these glassworks with a long tradition behind it.
It is not every day that you come across a company that has lasted so long. Its founder, Ludwig Moser (1833 – 1916) started out as the owner of an engraving workshop in Karlovy Vary, but thanks to his industriousness, ingenuity and artistic talents, he already opened his own glassworks in 1893 which still operate to this very day. The company is currently a joint-stock company with approximately 320 employees. Its unique nature lies in its manual production, unrivalled colours and luxury designs by leading artists.
The unique nature of these glassworks currently consists in production of environmentally friendly lead-free crystal. This is then given a unique shape in the hands of experienced creative artists, glassmakers, grinders and engravers, the result being pieces which are admired at even the most important of international exhibitions.
This luxurious collection includes carafes and glasses with timeless shapes, reflecting the designer’s flair for an unconventional concept and the courage to experiment. If you add to this novel colours, you have in your hand a unique artistic gem.
The secret of production of the inimitable Moser colours lies in a combination of the very highest quality raw materials, which are smelted with addition of rare soils and metal oxides. These colours are based on the colours of precious stones and are characterised by their specific shades. Typical examples of the Moser colour scale are amethyst (purple), pink, blue, aurora (orange), reseda (yellow-brown) and green or the popular six-colour sets made up of crystal shades of aquamarine (light blue), rosaline (pink), alexandrite (light purple), beryl (light green), eldor (light yellow) and topaz (honey brown).
If you gravitate rather towards more conservative artistic expression, you can choose from the range of luxury items which copy the design of the century before last. For example, classic vases with a design dating back to the turn of the 19th century. They thus offer a combination of Art Nouveau ornamentation with careful handiwork. The modern take on things on the other hand offers free rein to the designer’s fantasy.
This means that everyone is offered that which satisfies their longing to own a beautiful, durable and luxurious item of crystal. If you long to give a precious gift to someone, you can’t go wrong with Moser crystal.