ANTIQUE 19thC BOHEMIAN MOSER BLUE CABOCHON GOLD GILT GOBLET Rocks GLASS

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller cbmtreasuresfound (6,362) 99.7%, Location: Coupland, Texas, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 273799037577 ANTIQUE 19thC BOHEMIAN MOSER BLUE CABOCHON GOLD GILT DRINKING GLASS Description: A magnificent Bohemian glass with sapphire blue cabochon panels and gilded detail, unsigned but attributed to the famous Moser Glashutte, dating to the late 19th century, circa 1890. The whole surface of the glass is painted in gold gilt with alternating panels of tiny flower heads, and naturalistic filigree accents, between cabochon panels of overlaid blue glass. Background: The original company of Ludwig Moser & Söhne was founded in 1857 by Ludwig Moser in Karlsbad, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. At the Vienna International Exhibition of 1873 he was awarded a medal for merit and that same year he was appointed the exclusive supplier of glass to the Emperor Franz Joseph I. He would win numerous other awards in the coming years, including medals at the World Exhibitions in Paris in 1879, 1889 and 1900, and the World Exhibition in Chicago in 1893. In 1893 Ludwig took over a glass factory in Meierhofen bei Karlsbad and created a full service glassworks employing 400 people under the name of Karlsbaderglasindustrie Gesellschaft Ludwig Moser & Söhne where his sons Gustav and Rudolf also worked. Dimensions: Height: 4 1/2 inches Width bowl: 3 inches Condition: In very good antique condition, without damage or restoration, just some light wear to the gold gilt at the rim and top of the stem and expected wear to the base. Please see the photos. ------------------------------- Standard footer Shipping is expensive now, but in most cases it's still cheaper than driving around and shopping in person. We try to keep your shipping cost as low as possible and offer multiple options when available. Sales tax charged in Texas Any vintage item is used and will never be 100% perfect, please view the pictures and bid on what you see. Any new item will be unused. The box or packaging may show substantial wear from storage, but the item inside will be new. The pictures are the biggest part of the description. The last two digits in our item title are simply a personal inventory number. We ship within 24 business hours, not on Saturday or Sunday. Shipping costs are shown on the ad, and are for the contiguous 48 states only. Shipping times are only an estimate from eBay system, most of the time you will get your item much faster. We generally use "economy shipping" as the default on our auctions. However, please use the following guidelines: under 17 ounces, will ship first class. Up to two pounds, will most likely ship priority. Over 2 pounds, will ship FedEx or parcel. International buyers: we ship using only the eBay global shipping program. We do not control what eBay charges, nor can we even see the amount. We cannot combine international shipping unless you contact us prior to any bids being placed on the items you want. We leave positive feedback as soon as payment is received, and would ask you to do the courtesy of allowing us to solve any issues you might have. Glassware Type: Crystal/ Cut Glass, Type of Glass: Cut Glass, Country of Origin: Czech/ Bohemia, Style: Victorian, Maker: Moser, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Color: Blue, Glassmaking Technique: Hand Blown

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