It was a short-lived studio, the full story is on p.92-3 of Mark Hill's book on Michael Harris: Mdina Glass and Isle of Wight Studio Glass.
St John's Crystal, arising from Manx Crystal which went bankrupt in '79, was allowed under license for a while to use the Azurene design to make small animals. Unfortunately, the studio violated their exclusive license agreement. Following legal wrangles, they continued for a short while, but without the support of Michael, they went under.
In '82, one of the furnaces was moved from Guernsey Glass to the Isle of Man, and 2 Wedgwood glassmakers were employed there.