The Mosser family has been in the glass business since the 1950s, when Thomas Mosser decided to go out on his own after the famed Cambridge Glass Company closed its doors, eventually planting his fledgling company’s roots in Cambridge, Ohio in 1970. Now a bona fide heritage brand, Mosser is known the world over for churning out incredibly elegant, heirloom-quality, hand-pressed glassware in a rainbow of colors.

Mosser Glass

The Mosser family has been in the glass business since the 1950s, when Thomas Mosser decided to go out on his own after the famed Cambridge Glass Company closed its doors, eventually planting his fledgling company’s roots in Cambridge, Ohio in 1970. Now a bona fide heritage brand, Mosser is known the world over for churning out incredibly elegant, heirloom-quality, hand-pressed glassware in a rainbow of colors.

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The Mosser family has been in the glass business since the 1950s, when Thomas Mosser decided to go out on his own after the famed Cambridge Glass Company closed its doors, eventually planting his fledgling company’s roots in Cambridge, Ohio in 1970. Now a bona fide heritage brand, Mosser is known the world over for churning out incredibly elegant, heirloom-quality, hand-pressed glassware in a rainbow of colors.

Mosser Glass

The Mosser family has been in the glass business since the 1950s, when Thomas Mosser decided to go out on his own after the famed Cambridge Glass Company closed its doors, eventually planting his fledgling company’s roots in Cambridge, Ohio in 1970. Now a bona fide heritage brand, Mosser is known the world over for churning out incredibly elegant, heirloom-quality, hand-pressed glassware in a rainbow of colors.

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