Every piece of Moser glassware is wrought by fire and given shape with human breath. Making a piece of glass is an act of teamwork, with each worker dependent on the others. Time and precision are essential, because glass cools quickly. In Moser glassworks, a team of three workers whose tasks are strictly defined attends each pot. The objects that emerge after passing through quality control, that takes place after each single process, are marvels in glass and they have the right to bear the name Moser. Products showing any imperfections, frequently invisible to the layman’s eye, are broken and the scrap is reused in a new melting process.