Lasisepat Mantsala are one of the lesser known Finnish glass makers and I believe the factory was operating from 1978-2003.
They produced centrifugal cast and blown glass and reportedly a small amount of studio glass.
Their best known designer was Pertti Kallioinen for his Cow Parsley and Metsa (forest) ranges made in the 1970s.
Very little is available on the internet about this glass works, and what I have found is mostly on discussion pages. It is often missed from lists of Scandinavian glass makers.
I have not seen any art glass myself but I did have a Cow Parsley sweet dish in pale pink glass.
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