Learn about Moser, Ludwig

The Moser glassworks were founded by Ludwig Moser (1833 - 1916). He first opened a glass workshop in the centre of Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic in 1857 and specialised in polishing, engraving, designing and making glass objects.

In 1893, together with his sons Gustav and Rudolf, he took over a glass factory in Meierhofen bei Karlsbad, so that he now operated a full service glassworks employing 400 people.

Ludwig Moser had developed a lead-free sodium-potassium glass that is more ecologically friendly than lead glass yet is extremely hard.

Within a short time he gained the reputation as the most prestigious producer of crystal in the Eastern Europe, supplying royalty and rulers such as Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria, the Persian Shah Musaffereddine and King Edward VII of England. more...

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A fine Moser glass jewelled goblet, circa 1900, with a plain bowl above an embellished glass quatrefoil trumpet stem, each lobe with panels of flowers and tendrils within jewelled borders, the border extravagantly embellished with scrolling foliage in colo

A fine Moser glass jewelled goblet, circa 1900, with a plain bowl above an embellished glass quatrefoil trumpet stem, with alternating panels of jewelled oak leaves on a gilt ground and flowers and leaves in colours over clear cranberry glass, with dot and

Trumpet form antique Moser epergne ruby oval panels, fitted in a brass ring turned base, approx 23.5

Fine antique Moser, sectional form goblet / vase in a deep amber red with fine gilt decorated alternating panels, showing heart, anchor, rope, goblet and serpent, approx 12 cm high

Fine antique Moser sectional form goblet vase, exceptional gilt decoration, six panelled foot with small, chip to foot (A/F) approx 17 cm high

Antique Moser Persian form ruby glass wine ewer of tapering sectional form with raised glass panels, jewel work and all-over raised gilt scrolls and lattice work on circular spreading foot along with three matching glasses (4)

Fine antique Moser single ruby and clear goblet, oval ruby glassed panels, all-over raised gilt decoration of sectional design on spreading foot, approx 26 cm high

Moser Karlsbad amber glass vases both decorated with a gilded cameo frieze of Centaurs & Lapiths in battle, stamped to the base. Condition good, minor wear to the bases. Height of tallest 25.5 cm

A Moser glass jug, good condition, no chips, 30 cm

Pair of moser style goblets with heavily jewelled and gilt decoration

A fine signed gilt and enamel decorated Moser glass vase, late 19th century, signature of Moser, the tall waisted cranberry vase acid etched to the body and enamel decorated with berries and clear gilt touched leaves upon a frosted ground between wide simi

A fine Moser gilded glass comport, later 19th century, in the Persian manner, the goblet style comport having eight mihrab inspired panels and raised plaques richly decorated with leaf and floral motifs, the panels encrusted with gilt paste in relief, rais

Vintage Moser style lidded pot with embossed gilt decoration, 13.5 cm high approx.

Three art deco glass vases most likely Moser & Bohemian, early to mid 20th century. Tallest 19.5 cm

A large Moser green glass facetted vase with gilt wriggle-work decoration36 cm high

A pair of large c.1920 Moser faceted topaz brown Fipop glass vases, tapered cylindrical form, the centre with a band of 'Oroplastic' neo-classical gilded warrior figure decoration. Height 37 cm, diameter 17.5 cm

Antique Moser enamelled ruby glass ewer, decorated with birds, insects & foliage, approx 19 cm high

A suite of Moser glassware, Czechoslovakia, circa 1995 each having a gilded upper rim, comprising 9 champagne glasses, 11 wine glasses, 12 small wine glasses, 12 apertif glasses, 11 tumblers, 6 liquor glasses (61)

Pair of Moser Luduik polychrome enamelled vases with raised chrysanthemums and leaves, 34 cm high approx

A pair Moser style, Bohemian, cut crystal and overlay glass lustres, early 20th century, with gilt and painted floral decoration. Height 25 cm

A large Moser amethyst and gilded glass ice bucket, Austrian, first half of the 20th century. 20 cm high, 23 cm diameter

A jewelled Moser glass pitcher, circa 1880, the bulbous cranberry glass pitcher decorated throughout with Moorish gothic floral designs within quatrefoils rimmed in pale blue with enamel beading and upon a burnished gilt ground with enamel tendrils and app

An Art Nouveau Moser glass vase, enamelled decoration of robins in a tree branch, gilded decoration to rim. Height 15.5 cm

An Art Nouveau Moser glass vase, the diamond form vase decorated with enamelled water lilies, gilding to the rim. Height 2.2 cm

A Bohemian Moser 'Oroplastic' covered glass bowl, circa1920, a royal blue circular bowl with a flat fitted lid and raised on four bun feet, with a gold heightened frieze in the 'Oroplastic' acid cut back technique depicting a classical battle between a war

Four Moser glass dishes, with ornate gilt rim, factory mark to base, 12.7 cm diameter, 3.6 cm high

Moser crystal footed bowl, splendid design, with ornate gilt rim, factory mark to base, 23 cm wide, 13.5 cm high

Large Moser glass vase, factory mark to base, with original box, 26.5 cm high

Large Moser glass ice bucket, splendid design, with ornate gilt rim, factory mark to base, 25 cm high

Large blue glass Moser urn shaped vase, with engraved forest scene with deer, factory mark to base, with original box, 26.5 cm high

Moser glass vase fish pond vase, decorated with fish in high relief, with applied tear drop handles, 20 cm high

Moser amethyst glass vase. Gilt collar of warriors in classical poses. Signed to base. Height 22 cm

A glass and copper centrepiece. Early 20th century, attributed to Moser Karlsbad, modelled after a wine goblet, possibly an advertising wine bar display piece. Height 35.5 cm

A pair of Moser enamel green glass tumblers, late 19th century, Czechoslovakia, the clear green tapering tumblers with fine enamel and raised gilt oakleaf decoration all over, with gilding to the rims and base. Height 10.5 cm

Moser art glass vase, clear glass faceted tapering form with amber freize showing classical scene. Remains of gilded highlights. 21 cm

A Moser amethyst glass vase with typical gilt painted etched border of classical figures, signed, three small chips to facete edges

Moser amethyst glass vase featuring panels of Centaurs and Lapiths in battle, signed to base 'Made in Czechoslovakia - Moser Karlsbad'. Height 24 cm

Moser Karlsbad amethyst glass vase, c.1900, manufactured Bohemia cut and faceted glass, with gilt band, depicting Grecian scenes. Signed engraved signature to base. Height 20.3 cm

A Moser enamelled ruby glass vase, 19th century, with applied acorns, gilt and enamel scrolling foliate decoration, flanked by gilt loop handles 30 cm high

An emerald green glass covered vase in the style of Kolomon Moser, Austrian, circa 1910, 23 cm high

Moser Bohemian overlay glass vase, late 19th century, Czechoslovakia, with fine gilded and hand painted floral panel scenes. Height 30 cm