Lismore Collections

The Lismore story began in 1952 at the hands of Waterford Chief Designer Miroslav Havel. An ode to the Gothic architecture of the 800-year-old Lismore Castle in County Waterford, Ireland, the iconic Lismore pattern is a celebration of craftmanship and heritage, redefined throughout the years to introduce new pattern iterations and contemporary shapes.


The Lismore story began in 1952, at the hands of Chief Designer Miroslav Havel. The pattern was an ode to the Gothic architecture of the 800-year-old Lismore Castle, inspired by the symmetry of the towers, pointed arches and elegant curves of the windows.


The Lismore Diamond range, originally created to honour the 60th anniversary, is an enduring reinvention, forever honouring the evolution of the Lismore pattern. Characterised by intricate diamond cuts rendered in fine, radiant crystal, the pattern celebrates an icon with its own strong and clear presence.


The Lismore Black collection is a fusion of technology and tradition. Rich opaque black colour infuses drama into Lismore, creating a glamorous take on the universally loved classic. This was inspired by the Blackwater River which surrounds Lismore Castle, protecting it for centuries.


The Lismore Arcus range showcases crystal-cut patterning that is inspired by notable architectural elements. From grand vaulted ceilings and refined gothic details, uncover tradition, with a twist of modernity.


Handcrafted at the House of Waterford in Ireland, Lismore Arcus Mastercraft celebrates the next chapter of Lismore drawing on the namesake castle’s interiors through sweeping arch and micro diamond cuts.


Craft reaches new heights with the Lismore Tall. The range brings together the iconic Lismore cut on pulled stems for a statuesque silhouette. Spirits are elevated with grandeur and poise, honouring the character of the leading Lismore pattern.


The Lismore Essence cut was designed with modern contours and finer details that reveal the brilliance and clarity of Waterford crystal. An evolution of the classic Lismore pattern, distilling the cut to its essence offering a familiar yet soft approach to the gothic inspiration.