Nearly 100 years ago, designer Otto Touschek combined rococo forms with a modern impulse. In his Mozart collection, he used a simple challis with a pearl cut and an adorned stem, which reminds its users of a spinet from the days of the great composer. This drinkware set found success immediately. A few individuals who purchased the set include the Iranian Shah Mohamed Reza Pahlavi, the Moroccan sultan Muhammad V, the maharajah of Hyderabad, and the Egyptian king Fuad.
Mouth blown, hand-cut crystal glass Not suitable for the dishwasher Made in Czech Republic Capacity: 5.7 oz Height: 7