Vintage 1950s & 1960s Cat Eye Sunglasses - Page 5

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VS1052: Vintage Ray-Ban Marche cat eye sunglasses c late 1950s / early 1960s created a frenzy among women buyers when first introduced, a modern and stylish sunglass design with the benefit of having top of the line Bausch & Lomb optics for unprecedented visual acuity. The frame is a design explosion of black and gold, with the decoration accenting and enhancing the natural curves and angles of the frame. Tell Me More

VS1097: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses feature the eye catching color combination of a pearlized exterior and black interior frame, one of the color combo sandwich designs which were an iconic design element of vintage 1950s and early 1960s sunglasses. The exterior frame is one of most beautiful textures you'll ever see in sunglasses with the drop dead look of real mother of pearl, and the metal and enamel decorations on both temples add even more design flair. Tell Me More

VS1114: Vintage Ray-Ban Marcelle cat eye sunglasses feature an eye catching color shading from dark to light that also has a great deal of translucence and looks great with the original Bausch & Lomb lenses. The distinctive cat eye shape of these Marcelle sunglasses made them one of Ray-Ban's most popular styles at their introduction c late 1950s and enduringly popular today. Tell Me More

VS1126: Vintage Ray-Ban Lisbon cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s are every bit as striking today as when they were first produced. We really like the combination of the pearlized exterior front frame with the jet black inner frame, and of course the distinctive Lisbon frame shape is still turning heads in the 21st century just like they did in the last century. Tell Me More

VS1196: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s feature a really pretty French midcentury frame that's off white on the exterior with a clear inner layer, a distinctive design that's unique to vintage women's sunglasses of this period. You'll love the way the frame curves around to the rear at each temple, and the enamel and rhinestone decoration is both eye catching and extends around from the front frame onto the ear stems. Tell Me More

VS1197: Vintage Aurora cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s feature the unique and always desirable two tone combination of black and clear, but what really stands out are the gently curving ear stems that are one of the most distinctive stem designs you'll ever see. Gold enamel decoration is used to add flair to each temple of the front frame, and the angular backward curve of the frame at the temples gives this Aurora style a can't miss look. Tell Me More

VS1208: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses feature one of the most distinctive and stylish frames you'll ever see in vintage Ray-Bans from the 1950s and 1960s, a translucent lime green frame in the classic cat eye shape that was later branded the Lisbon by Bausch & Lomb. The color of this frame is sure to garner attention no matter where you wear them, and you'll love how it shimmers in the sunlight and forms a perfect complement to the light green B&L lenses. Tell Me More

VS1266: Vintage Ray-Ban Lisbon sunglasses are an icon of mid 20th century design that's stood the test of time, and here you have the rare off white Lisbon that we think is one of the most eye catching variations of the Lisbon line. You'll find the chrome disk inserts on the 2 front temples and on both ear stems, a design feature that paralleled that of original vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers introduced shortly thereafter. Tell Me More

VS1267: Vintage Ray-Ban Candy Striper sunglasses are a color explosion of red front frame with the distinctive wavy white highlights of the Candy Striper line coupled with jet black ear stems and Bausch & Lomb RB-3 lenses. These were one of the most famous of all vintage Ray-Bans in the middle of the 20th century, and their eye catching style keeps them enduringly popular today albeit very hard to find in excellent condition. Tell Me More

VS1286: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses c 1950s / early 1960s are every bit as striking today as when they were first produced. We really like the combination of the pearlized exterior front frame and ear stems with the jet black inner frame of this early predecessor of Ray-Ban Lisbon sunglasses produced a few years later. The two front temples and two ear stems are both decorated with the inset chrome insert that would later reappear in the iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. Tell Me More

 

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