Moser stemware is famous for seducing the eye with its elaborately cut and gilded stems or its sleekly sophisticated and contemporary lines. Yet Moser harbors an inner beauty that’s far deeper. Lead-free and ecologically-friendly since its founding, Moser was born of environmental consciousness in the 1800s -- a full century before most were attuned to the topic.
Moser was the brainchild of glass engraver Ludwig Moser, who was determined to develop crystal as hard as rock and as brilliant as leaded crystal without using a trace of lead. The result was Moser crystal, the pièce de résistance among crystal for its brilliance, suitability for intricate engraving and richness of colors. Because it contains no lead there is never air contamination from the melting of heavy metals, and it is exempt from the warnings in California’s Proposition 65 law citing lead as a cause for health concerns.
Without lead, Moser stems are the perfect weight and never too heavy in your hand as you savor your favorite beverage. Instead, Moser engages all your senses to enrich every drop of the experience.
Free of lead and sparkling with radiant luster, Moser gives new meaning to the word brilliance. Now isn’t that what exquisite crystal should be all about?