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Moser Bar Double Old Fashion, Topaz

$235.00

The Moser Bar Double Old Fashioned in warm Topaz is part of the Moser Bar pattern, which was introduced by designer Rudolph Eschler in 1934. Its elegant, timeless design, square-cut base, and stunning rounded shape, make it a wonderful addition to any dinner table or bar. The Moser Double Old Fashioned glass holds up to 7.3 ounces, ideal for enjoying a smooth drink on the rocks. Pick it up for your home bar collection or as a thoughtful wedding, housewarming or holiday gift.

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Barware Sizes Double Old Fashion
Material Crystal
SKU 5415-00129
Size & Fit Holds 7.3 ounces
Details & Care Hand wash each piece with a mild liquid dishwashing detergent.

The Moser Double Old Fashioned glass in Topaz is both timeless and stunning, sure to add elegance and sophistication to any table setting, or home bar or office. It is available in a wide selection of shades, from warm Topaz to Rosalin to clear crystal and more.

Introduced in 1934 by designer Rudolph Eschler, Moser’s Bar collection features a gorgeous square cut aesthetic and a varied collection of colors and eye-catching shapes. It includes highballs, shot glasses and tumblers, and works great as a collection or as standalone pieces.

Founded in 1857 in the Czech town Karlovy Vary by Ludwig Moser, Moser has made its mark with stunning luxury crystal created by master artisans. The company’s crystal creations include barware, vases, bowls and accessories, each sporting Moser’s unique look and unmatched quality. The company’s chosen color palette and artistic vision results in stunning home décor items for any style. As the company states, they don’t produce; they create.