Amazing and ultra rare Moser marquetry miniature (c 3 1/2 inches tall) pink to clear with hot applied flower in amber and pink which is then carved. One of the rarest and most sophisticated techniques used by Moser or any other glass maker for that matter. I have never seen another one 'in-miniature' form before, but most major glass museums have a larger example. c1905 signed. Price £2,200.
Classic and rare Moser cameo/carved bowl (c11 inches across) in Topaz Brown. In the late 1920s Heinrich Hussman did a series of these deeply carved/cameo vases and bowls, this being one of the more famous ones. Produced c1925 signed twice in including the rare Hussmann '4H' signature meaning he made this example himself. Price £1,500
Very rare small Moser oroplastic box and lid in the 'masques' pattern on amber glass c1928, depicting strange circus creatures, around 4 inches across, signed, Price £775.
classic Moser oroplastic ball vase in the 'Amazon' pattern on blue glass c1928, around 5 inches tall, signed, Price £480. ON HOLD.
Dramatic and elegent Moser oroplastic decorated medium sized vase or glass, in purple, with polychome stained oroplatique c1928, signed, Price £480.
Wiener Werkstätte Design
Jewel-like Moser purple vase, originally these were made and designed for Wiener Werkstätte, later Moser made examples for themselves like this example -unsigned- c1915, around 6 inches tall, Price £295.
Very pretty medium large classic dark blue jewel vase design by Josef Hoffman with intaglio cutting, gilding and fine enamel work, c1915, price £395.
Magnificent and imposing Moser vase with white metal/silver overlay to neck -12 inches tall -this green is called Smaragd, c1910 probably a Leo Moser design (one small section of metal missing) Price £1,250.
Classic Moser oroplastic decorated medium large vase, in amber -wonderful condition, c1928, signed, Price £395. ON HOLD.
Fine pair of tiny monogrammed lobed Moser liquour glasses (one only shown), c1895, with slight iridised finish (like a petrol sheen on the surface), price £60 pair.
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