Just a little problem. This vase is very solid, 34 cm tall, 13 cm at its widest. A thin sommerso layer of amber, and two thin columns of colour on each of the broad sides, one each of blue and green. Eight column of bubbles. The three colours, the bubbles, the shaped vase, and the heavy crystal combine to create a wonderful mixture of colours. It looks very much like the Mstisov Pizzicato bowl on p. 52. However, my vase has a Moser label on the bottom.
I know that Moser took in many of the workers from Mstisov in the early 60's, but did they continue Mstisov production or is this a modification? I looked at the vase in this thread http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,25737.0.html
, which is identified as a Pizzicato vase, and it looks slightly different, a three point top, more amber and stronger and more use of the other colours, for example.
It's a lovely piece whatever, but it would be nice to nail down the details.
Any help appreciated, as always.