Many years ago, 60 to be precise, Waterford Crystal introduced what has become known as the cream of the crops of timeless stemware - Lismore. That’s right, our favorite stemware, inspired by 18th century gothic architecture of the 800-year-old Lismore Castle in County Waterford, Ireland, took root. The Lismore pattern was created by Waterford Crystal designer Miroslav Havel in 1952. Lismore, the icon of crystal, the envy of fine glass, commands the world. Its signature, the crisp diamond cuts, tells of early Penrose design. Its allure stems from symmetrical upward flowing wedge cuts. Step in, for a moment, into the esteemed shoes of a connoisseur of ornamental crystallized quartz, and take in the utter beauty and sheer wisdom of such skillful art. Appreciate the effect of technical construction to produce tableware which mirrors architecture of yore. Lismore brings us all forms of tableware and each piece we see is more enchanting than the next!
Lismore takes on color! Sure, we love the classic and untainted crystal, but imagine the pop of color! Your table instantly sparks eyes and mouthes alike! Bring out Lismore Jewels Toasting Flutesto adorn and sparkle. This new twist on age-old drinkware captivates hosts and guests of all generations and puts the final touch on every table.
You think that’s revolutionary? See what came next: In honor of the milestone 60th anniversary, Lismore stylists were enlisted to take the original, pure form and personalize it with their unique and edgy touch. The results: sensational masterpieces called Lismore Essence. The ideal harmonious synthesis of brilliant clarity that is Lismore coupled with sleek modernity that is Lismore Essence. The world was sold.