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Cognac Glass from a Five-Part Table Service (for White Wine and Cognac), “Meteor” No. 100, 1899

Leopold Museum,
Leopold Museum,
Colorless glass, optical molding
11.7×6.6×6.6 cm


  • Koloman Moser

    (Vienna 1868–1918 Vienna)

  • Meyr’s Neffe on behalf of E. Bakalowits Söhne
Currently on display at OG4
Much in keeping with the aim of embellishing all areas of life with art, Koloman Moser (1868–1918) designed objects of delicate glass art, including long-stemmed drinking glasses as well as ornate receptacles in various shapes and shades. From 1899 Moser designed countless models and drafts for vases, carafes and glass services for the chandelier manufactory E. Bakalowits Söhne. Among them was the crystal table service Meteor No. 100 produced by the Bohemian glass manufactory Meyr’s Neffe. Along with carafes and pitchers, the service also included numerous glasses with optical molding, such as champagne flutes, wine chalices, liqueur glasses as well as beer and water tumblers, some of which were decorated with subtle graded colors of green, rose or yellow hues. The characteristic, animated spherical decor, reminiscent of air bubbles rising to the surface in the water, is common to all the components of the service.

Object data

  • Design: Koloman Moser
  • Execution: Meyr’s Neffe on behalf of E. Bakalowits Söhne
Cognac Glass from a Five-Part Table Service (for White Wine and Cognac), “Meteor” No. 100
Arts and crafts
Colorless glass, optical molding
11.7×6.6×6.6 cm
Credit line
Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 4484 1
Inventory access
Contributed to the Leopold Museum-Privatstiftung in 1994
Selection of Reference works
  • Meisterwerke Leopold Museum, hrsg. von Hans-Peter Wipplinger, Köln 2018.
  • Koloman Moser 1868-1818, hrsg. von Rudolf Leopold/Gerd Pichler, Wien 2007 (Ausst.-Kat. Leopold Museum, Wien, 25.05.2007-10.09.2007).

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