Vintage 1950s & 1960s Cat Eye Sunglasses - Page 8

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VS1659: Vintage Ray-Ban Sun Song sunglasses are one of the rarest of the vintage B&L Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses, produced in much fewer numbers than their early contemporaries like the Marcellina and Lisbon. You'll love the deeply carved frame in cool patterns that decorate both temples and ear stems of the Ray-Ban Sun Song. Don't miss the subtle color shading that change into at least 3 distinct hues from the mauve front frame and around the temples and down the stems. Tell Me More

VS1685: Vintage 1950s French cat eye sunglasses feature an eye catching translucent tangerine frame and classic midcentury styling, a design that's subtle and elegant for wearing at most any formal or casual occasion. The proportions are nicely rounded and curved, softening the shape and complementing a wide variety of face sizes and shapes. Tell Me More

VS1686: Vintage Ray-Ban cat eye sunglasses c 1950s features a unique color contrast frame typical of Ray-Ban women's sunglasses from this era, with hard to find gray flecked finish on the exterior constrasting with a white interior frame. The gray glitter outer frame is really eye catching, and this is a classic size and shape that's stood the test of time and looks as stylish today as it did in the 1950s and 1960s. Tell Me More

VS1744: 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

VS1746: Vintage Ray-Ban Solette sunglasses feature a black ebony frame in this early 1950s B&L Ray-Ban design, a classic of the midcentury and still eye catching today. This is a moderate cat eye style , not as extreme as many from this period, and the black ebony American made frame looks great with the original Bausch & Lomb mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1747: 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 silver, with the decoration accenting and enhancing the natural curves and angles of the frame. Tell Me More

VS2471: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses are one of the most beautiful styles you'll ever see from this period of the 1950s and 1960s, a translucent light blue frame studded all over the front and sides with gleaming Austrian rhinestones. This color is really striking, and it provides the perfect backdrop for the many multi-colored rhinestones decorating this magnificent frame. Tell Me More

VS2472: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses are arguably the most elaborate, eye catching, and sure to be talked about styles of vintage 1950s cat eye sunglasses we've ever offered for sale here in our over 20 years of operation. There's not a lot to say about the elaborate, over the top, rhinestone studded design aside from the fact that it's also a difficult production process that surely challenged French manufacturing of that period. Tell Me More

VS2473: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses feature a brown nylon frame studded with rhinestones, and for extra design flair don't miss the wave pattern ear stems that you saw on only a few French designer sunglasses from this period of the 1950s and 1960s. The brown frame has nice translucence which complements the reflecting light of the many rhinestones on each temple. Tell Me More

VS2474: Vintage French cat eye sunglasses feature a sleek, low profile design in an off white pearl color, studded at the temples with high quality rhinestones and evoking the look of Audrey Hepburn and other Hollywood stars of the mid century period when these vintage French sunglasses were produced. Tell Me More

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