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Vintage Ray-Ban Sunglasses - Page 99

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VS2978: Vintage Ray-Ban W1438 Innerview sunglasses feature a sleek Euro inspired shape done in the always hard to find tortoise shell color and coupled with Bausch & Lomb B-15 anti-glare lenses for a super look. The way early B&L Ray-Ban tortoise frames were produced creates a degree of translucence that really shimmers in the sunlight, and what better color complement to go with this frame than brown Bausch & Lomb B-15 high contrast lenses. Tell Me More

VS2979: Vintage Ray-Ban General sunglasses feature a black chrome frame and "The General" brow bar which all looks great combined with the 58mm Bausch & Lomb RB-3 anti-glare lenses. Black chrome with RB-3 lenses is a much harder to find combination than gold plating, and it's an elegant and stylish look that's perfect for both formal and casual occasions. The vintage B&L Ray-Ban black chrome finish was the most durable black coating ever made for metals. Tell Me More

VS2980: Vintage Ray-Ban W1271 Wayfarer Max sunglasses feature a honey tortoise shell top accent with great translucence that forms a perfect complement for the Bausch & Lomb RB-3 lenses, one of the most distinctive colors and styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb. Ray-Ban Wayfarer Max sunglasses are an icon of modern sunglass design, a variation of equally iconic Wayfarers which added the gold plated lower front frame that's coupled with top accent colors and ear stems to give them a style all their own. Tell Me More

VS2991: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers sunglasses with 58mm Bausch & Lomb B-15 mineral glass lenses feature supple brown English bridle leather covering the "General" brow bar in an eye catching contrast for the Arista gold plated frame. Ray-Ban Leathers are an icon in vintage sunglasses design, and period B&L Ray-Ban marketing material from the period described them as the "ultimate fashion accessory - to match your gloves, wallet, or boots" and noted their "rich and striking appearance". Tell Me More

VS2992: Vintage Ray-Ban 10k GO Kalichrome bullet hole sunglasses feature the amazing Bausch & Lomb Kalichrome C yellow hunting and shooting lens set in a super strong a B&L 12k gold filled frame. The precision ground and highly polished glass B&L Kalichrome C lens is a yellow high contrast lens free of waves or any other defects that could distort vision or cause eye strain. B&L Kalichrome lenses are famous worldwide for their ability to intensify and enhance the visual spectrum. Tell Me More

VS3012: Vintage Ray-Ban W0352 CATS 5000 sunglasses feature a durable black nylon frame and Bausch & Lomb G-15 Polarized anti-glare lenses, a design that combines a high performance frame with high performance optics. You'll appreciate the light weight of the CATS 5000 frame, but you won't sacrifice optics with the B&L GP mineral glass lenses - the polarized version of iconic B&L G-15 lenses - that give you visual acuity you just can't get with any polycarbonate plastic lens. Tell Me More

VS3017: Vintage Ray-Ban Marcellina women's cat eye sunglasses c 1950s - early 1960s combine the lovely and shimmering pearl frame with vintage gray Bausch & Lomb lenses for a great, cat-like effect guaranteed to make you purr! The elongated frame shape really accentuates the cat eye lenses, and metal studs at the 2 front corners add a final design flourish. Note the translucence and shimmer in the frame, something you just don't see in modern sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS3018: Vintage Ray-Ban W1749 Cheyenne sunglasses are among the most distinctive, hard to find, and highly sought after styles of vintage B&L Ray-Ban sunglasses, with small round G-15 lenses complemented by a gold band surrounding the lenses and yellow tortoise shell ear stems. It's quite to find the W1749 Cheyenne with the gold front band versus the more common tortoise shell. Vintage Ray-Ban Cheyenne sunglasses are uniquely shaped in the John Lennon style. Tell Me More

VS3025: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Art Deco rounds Outdoorsman sunglasses were produced in only small quantitites back c 1940s but even a smaller subset were done with the newly introduced Bausch & Lomb B-15 brown mineral glass safety lenses. Note the horizontal etching on the silver plated frame at the nose bridge and temples in the Art Deco style, and the "shooter" Outdoorsman ear stems provide the most secure fit possible. Tell Me More

VS3027: Vintage Ray-Ban Studio sunglasses were the early 1950s precursor to the Ray-Ban Signet, produced in only very small quantities over a few years before the name gave way to the enduring popularity of the Signet and another similar style, the Ray-Ban Caravan. You'll see traits of both in the shape and details of the Studio, including the lens shape and the horizontal etching at the nose bridge. Tell Me More

 

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