Two champagne cups, attributed to Koloman Moser, Meyr’s Neffe, decor “Meteor”, ca. 1902
Bib.: K.-W. Warthorst: Gebrauchsglas 1898-1924, Freiburg 2001. p. 81.
Koloman Moser was one of the most important designers of the Wiener Jugendstil. He was a co-founder of the Viennese Secession and later of the Wiener Werkstätte. His designs for several traditional Viennese companies are among the most valuable objects on the art market and achieve high prices.
The manufacture Meyr’s Neffe was one of the most important bohemian glassworks around 1900 and supplied many Viennese companies.
Koloman Moser designed various glass tableware sets around 1900, the most popular being the “Meteor” set. These champagne glasses are very similar to the “Meteor” design.
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