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Moser Shop in Prague, Na Prikope 12

Sales Gallery Moser

Na Příkopě 12
110 00  Prague 1
Tel: +420 224 211 293
Fax: +420 224 228 686
E-mail: pha-prikopy@moser-glass.com
GPS Coordinates: 50° 5' 6.60"N, 14° 24' 30.5"E

Opening hours

Winter opening hours

 

1.11. - 30.3.


Mon-Fr

Sat-Sun

10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

10 a.m. - 7 p.m. (valid also in the days of public holidays)

Summer opening hours
1.4. - 31.10.

Mon-Sun

10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Public holidays

24.12. and 25.12.

26.12.

31.12.

1.1.

closed

10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

You are cordially invited by our professional sales team to the Moser shop located in the arcway Black Rose on the Na Prikope Street at the 1st floor. Besides the Moser luxurious drinking and decorative crystal we have further selected other exclusive brands - Herend, Meissen, Bernardaud, Robbe & Berking. The shop also offers author´s glass created by the prominent Czech designers. The prestigious Czech brands are represented by the Votoček Art Nouveau collection, Bohemian garnet jewellery, porcelain designed by Studio Thun and much more. We also offer guarantee of table set completion, customer cards, gift certificates, certificates of authenticity, mail-order service, bridal registry, customized production, custom-made engraving of monograms, Moser glass repair, VAT refund, all major credit cards accepted, same price level in the Czech Republic.

Current exhibition:

We cordially invite you to the exhibition "The Art Glass School in Železný Brod", where the pieces of work will be presented by the leading glass designers and the school graduates: Ivana Houserová, Martin Hlubuček and Libor Doležal, Moser Sales Gallery Na Příkopě, Prague, more information here

Map

Interesting points about the building history

  • in 1925 the first Moser representative shop in Prague was opened in the “Black Rose“ palace
  • since then, the Moser shop has been located in the same premises continuously till the present days
  • the rooms are protected as historical monuments
  • among interesting architectural elements there are the original wooden ceiling and wall facing, painted windows, Dutch stove and chandeliers and others

The detailed history of the shop Na Prikope on this link