Moser Karlsbader Secession decanter and two wine glasses dating from c.1900, estimated at $1000-2000 at Neue Auctions.

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Moser, previously Ludwig Moser and Sons, is a glass manufacturer based in the Czech Republic that began in 1857 as a polishing and glass engraving workshop, evolving into a manufacturer known for its luxury decorative glassware.

The collection was formed by Carol and Leslie Gould and spans Moser’s output from the late 19th to early 20th century.

Among the highlights is this Moser Karlsbader Secession 17in (43cm) high decanter and two 9¾in (25cm) high wine glasses dating from c.1900. They are limited production pieces in a pattern first exhibited in 1900 at the World Exhibition in Paris and are decorated with intaglio engraving, coloured enamelling and gilding.

Estimate $1000-2000.