Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet
Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet
Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet

Moser Cranberry Glass Goblet

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    Item No. 30-2066
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    This rare Moser goblet is simply stunning. This elegant glass is gently shaded, with a bright cranberry hue at the rim shading to clear. The goblet’s shapely form is adorned with an exotic motif, composed of textured and beaded flowers, jeweled swags and applied floral buttons. A stepped foot completed this extraordinary design. Once owned by jazz radio and record company pioneer George Klabin and his wife, the late Annette Klabin, this vessel is truly one of Moser's most extraordinary pieces, and is pictured on page 111, plate 141 of Moser Glass: The Klabin Collection by Gary D. Baldwin.

    Provenance:
    George Klabin Collection

    Circa 1885

    7 ½” high

    Encouraged by the Austro-Hungarian Governments, Ludvik Moser quickly excelled as a glass artist while serving an apprenticeship under accomplished artist O.J. Mattoni. Through working with the Health Spa at Karlsbad, producing and decorating glassware in which to serve the healing waters found at the spa, Moser quickly acquired a following and demand for his work. By 1857, Moser was able to open his own shop full of bright, glistening chandeliers and mirrors, which further illuminated his glass creations. Moser quickly acquired a noble clientele and began displaying his work at exhibitions around the world. Some of his well-known patrons include Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, Pope Pius XI, and King Farouk of Egypt.
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    Maker: Ludwig Moser
    Period: 20th Century
    Origin:Other Europe
    Type:Stemware
    Depth:3.5 Inches
    Width:3.5 Inches
    Height:7.5 Inches
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