A Cornish based pottery, Tremar was based in the village of Liskeard. It only had a short spell in production starting up in 1960 and stopped producing wares in 1985.

Roger and Doreen Birkett were the founders of Tremar Pottery, when the studio was first opened, Tremar produced items for use in the kitchen and tableware's, these proved exceedingly popular, especially amongst the thousands of tourists that visit Cornwall each year.
With the popularity of Tremar Pottery items rising, this allowed the company to expand in the early part of the 1970's and at it height had three sites producing their wares. They moved into the moulded 'collectables' market, producing people, vehicles, buildings.

But in the mid-1980's, the economic situation of the UK didn't help Tremar, being still a relatively young company, it forced the company to cease trading. But it's probably why Tremar is now becoming fashionable to collect, with only about 20 years of production, it is possible to collect virtually all there pieces.

As prices are substantially LOW, it may be worth an investment for in the future as more and more collectors join in the TREMAR experience the prices are bound to rise.

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