Moser is a company founded by Ludwig Moser in Karlovy Vary, a spa town in the Czech Republic. The company is renowned for the very high quality of the crystal it produces and for its artistic handmade pieces: because of these qualities, it was the exclusive crystal supplier to the Shah of Persia in 1901.

The company had its first significant success at the Vienna International Exhibition in 1873, where the crystals were awarded for their quality and beauty of engraving. But the real breakthrough came in 1893 when Ludwig Moser took over the reins of a factory producing glass in Karlovy Vary and registered it under the name Karlsbaderglasindustrie Gesellschaft Ludwig Moser & Söhne. The new company began the production of lead-free Bohemian crystal using a formula that employed calcium and potassium, making the finished product lighter, less refractive and extraordinarily bright.



One of the distinctive characteristics of Moser crystal is that it contains no lead, unlike other types of crystal, which makes it valued for its fineness and transparency, as well as being easily recyclable. In addition to the quality of the raw material, Moser products are reputed to be artistic excellences because of the rich and intricate hand workmanship, carried out by craftsmen who master the art of blowing, engraving and decoration, often carried out with a light, hand-painted gilding.


Moser glassware has become world famous and is considered synonymous with luxury and exclusivity. Its products are regularly chosen to supply embassies and heads of state, including the Czech President: Moser glassware is comparable to French Baccarat or Saint-Louis crystal. Moser is also known for its decorative techniques, such as carvings and floral engravings, which have become an unmistakable signature of the company.


Caring for crystal objects requires care and delicacy to maintain their brilliance and prevent damage over time. Here are some tips:

  1. Regular cleaning. Use lukewarm water and a mild dishwashing detergent to wash crystal glasses. Use a cotton ball soaked in white wine to remove lime residue, and use a soft-bristled toothbrush for scuffing.
  2. Washing precautions. Wash crystal objects one at a time and always hold them while washing to avoid breaking them (crystal is very fragile). Avoid abrasive sponges or materials that can scratch the crystal and do not use ammonia as it can be corrosive.

3. Drying. Dry the glasses immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth to avoid water stains: never leave the glasses to drip, as limescale deposits may form.

4. After washing. Store your crystal glasses in a dry, dust-free place.

We recommend periodic cleaning of glassware to maintain its shine and prevent dirt and dust from accumulating on the objects.

Each Moser piece is a work of art, blown and handcrafted with centuries-old skill, destined to shine on your table during special occasions. Allow yourself to be seduced by the transparency and sparkle of Moser crystal: turn every sip into an unforgettable experience. Discover our collection and treat yourself to the luxury of a pleasure that lasts forever!

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