Old World and New World Come Together in Stunning Designs from Moser

Featured in Elle Decor, Food and Wine, or Martha Stewart Weddings – to name a few – the colorful barware of Moser Crystal is beautiful, versatile and durable.

Creating the perfect bar at home doesn’t have to mean choosing function over fun. Moser designs highballs, double old fashioneds, and martini glasses that serve their devine purpose as vessels of that perfect cocktail in a stunning array of jewel-like colors and contemporary patterns. Pebbles glasses have a playful texture etched around the base, with a splash of color that fades toward the top of the glass.

Pebbles Double Old Fashioned, $90.00

For those who adore color, but also enjoy seeing the shimmer of white wine or the pristine look of a classic martini, Moser creates Lancelot stemware, featuring a brightly colored base with a clear bowl.

Lancelot Color Stemware, from $215.00

Each crystal design has its own unique history, such as Lady Hamilton, which is the so-called offspring of an earlier design commissioned by Pope Pius XI in 1923. Available in solid crystal or with a shining gilded rim, as shown here.

Lady Hamilton Stemware, from $220.00

If it’s old-world charm you are looking for, Moser has been delighting Eastern Europe with its crystal for over 150 years. Their dedication to tradition can be seen in their more intricate patterns.

Maharani Stemware, from $385.00

Aside from impeccable bar and stemware designs, bowls and vases are perfect accents in any room, adding color and chic design.

The Globe Vase elevates the youthful underwater motif to high art, shown here in a rich blue that shows off every detail.

10.6 in Aquamarine Globe Vase, $5,195.00

The Pebbles Bowl is an elegant complement to Pebbles Glasses from Moser.

11 in Topaz Pebbles Bowl, $1,230.00

View our new Moser collections and learn more about this company’s rich history at Gracious Style.com.

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