History

hand painted and gilded bowl

History

hand painted and gilded bowl

Height: 22 cm | Width: 23,5 cm | Year of creation: 1921-1925 |Product ID: 3204

Height: 22 cm, Width: 23,5 cm, Year of creation: 1921-1925, Product ID: 3204

  • words of master painter: "Designing a new collection of painted glass for Moser was a great challenge for me and at the same time a commitment. The whole concept is based on books of drawings more than a century old in the vast Moser archive. The decor is a combination of several traditional, ornamental patterns painted with embossed and transparent glass colours, completed with detailed paintwork and line drawings of pure gold. The overall impression underscores Moser’s handcut crystal. During the process, I was trying to follow up on the golden age of painting on glass at Moser to create an adequate collection today that would be a worthy successor to the tradition of painting at Moser."
  • mouth blown from the pure unleaded ecological crystal glass
  • hand cut and hand polished to a high gloss
  • hand gilded with 24K gold that is polished to high lustre
  • hand painted
  • the bowl is marked by a limited number of series and accompanied by a certificate of origin
Tradition since 1857

Honest handicrafts

Every Moser product requires hours, days, weeks and often even months of hand-made processing by glassmakers. Traditionally, glassmaking crafts are passed on from generation to generation.

  Hand-blown from ecologically clean lead-free crystal
Hand-blown from ecologically clean lead-free crystal
Hand gold plated 24K gold
Hand gold plated 24K gold
Hand cut and polished to a high gloss
Hand cut and polished to a high gloss
Hand painted and engraved
Hand painted and engraved
Janecký Jan
AUTHOR

Janecký Jan

An artist, teacher and glass painting specialist. He focuses not only on complicated hand paintings on unique Moser products but also on the complex art of restoring stained glass and demanding painting applications in architecture.

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