Vintage Sunglasses - Page 120
VS1191: Vintage Ray-Ban Arista Round sunglasses feature Bausch & Lomb RB-50 lenses in one of the rarest of any B&L Ray-Ban ever produced - in fact, a handmade pair that was 1 of only 100 every produced. These were made to commemorate the opening of the Bausch & Lomb Waterford plant on October 25, 1991 in a limited edition of 100, complete with a real leather B&L Ray-Ban case and commemorative felt lined wood box. Tell Me More
VS1192: Vintage Gargoyles Legends II sunglasses feature the rarest lens in the Gargoyles line, the highly reflective Gargoyles gold mirror lenses in the gold plated wrap frame. Gargoyles Legends were one of the earliest wrap sunglasses styles, designed to contour closely to the face and eyes to give you more protection from wind and glare. The gold mirror lenses look great with the matching gold plated Gargoyles frame with the distinctive Gargoyles logo. Tell Me More
VS1193: Vintage Gargoyles Legends Caribbean sunglasses feature rare blue mirror lenses, highly reflective, lightweight, and with superior optical qualities. Vintage Gargoyles sunglasses were one of the earliest wrap sunglasses frames produced c 1980s, designed to contour more closely to the face in order to provide added eye protection from the sides. These blue mirror Gargoyles look particularly good in the matte black metal frame. Tell Me More
VS1194: Vintage Gargoyles Legends sunglasses feature hard to find Black Ice lenses that pick up plenty of hues of purple and blue out in the sunlight, lightweight yet with superior optical qualities. Vintage Gargoyles sunglasses were one of the earliest wrap sunglasses frames produced c 1980s, designed to contour more closely to the face in order to provide added eye protection from the sides. The Gargoyles logo decorates the center of the nose bridge, a distinctive and eye catching design. Tell Me More
VS1195: Vintage B&L Bausch & Lomb W0211 Style 15 sunglasses have a style reminiscent of Jackie O, with a moderately overiszed red nylon frame and B&L blue-gray gradient lenses that are the perfect color complement to the frame. If you like perching your glasses on the top of your head, you'll appreciate how the absence of traditional nose pads will keep your hair from getting tangled in the frame. 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
VS1198: Vintage Revo 1105 011 sunglasses feature an elaborately and intricately etched gunmetal frame and famous Revo stealth mirror lenses. The stealth mirrored lenses pick up plenty of hues of red and purple in the sunlight, and it's impossible to ignore the effect when you see them - sure to generate questions and compliments for the wearer. Both ear stems and the center nose bridge have an intricately etched design in the metal for plenty of design flair. Tell Me More
VS1199: Vintage Revo 830 001 Voyager sunglasses feature a matte black composite aviator frame - sleek, durable, and high performance - that holds Revo brown H20 polarized lenses. Revo 830 Voyager sunglasses were one of the earliest styles Revo began producing c mid 1980s, and they are similar in size and shape to the Revo 800 Venture Aviator but the nose bridge is more enclosed with the distinctive horizontal opening. Tell Me More
VS1200: Vintage Versace S70 07M sunglasses are a design explosion of the highest degree, with rich dark tortoise ear stems providing the perfect complement to the gleaming gold plated front frame and hinges. The front frame lenses are surrounded by a thin band of tortoise shell for additional design flair, but the real star of the show are the Medusa head emblems on each temple that are precisely and finely detailed and enhanced by the use of red and deep blue enamel for highlights. Tell Me More
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