Liskeard Glass

Liskeard Glass took its name from the Cornish town when it started production in 1970. During the 1970s they employed Jim Dyer, brother of the Whitefriars designer Harry Dyer, who had recently left Whitefriars. He produced a range of vases and bowls that are reminiscent of the ‘knobbly’ range his brother had designed for Whitefriars. Unlike the unmarked Whitefriars pieces, Liskeard Glass bears an impressed ‘LG’ logo on the base.

The company ceased trading under the name ‘Liskeard Glass’ in 1983, when it was taken over by Liam Carey and relaunched as ‘Merlin Glass’.

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