Vintage Sunglasses - Page 122
VS1211: Vintage Ray-Ban W0871 Wayfarer II folding sunglasses are a real engineering marvel, folding up to a package no larger than a single lens and fitting within the included pocket size Wayfarer II folding sunglasses B&L Ray-Ban case. The ear stems fold inward halfway down the stem, and then the stems fold inward and the hinged nose bridge folds inward to create this amazingly small package. When unfolded, you have a full size pair of matte black Ray-Ban Wayfarer II sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1212: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Mirrored Ambermatic sunglasses are one of the rarest of all variations of vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarers, with superb mirrored Ambermatic lenses that combine the glare reflection of a mirrored lens with the photochromatic properties of Ray-Ban Ambermatics. Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lens properties are infused into the glass and not a coating that will wear out or wear off, and on these rare lenses the rear of the lens really shows the Ambermatic gold color. Tell Me More
VS1213: Vintage Ray-Ban W3084 Diner Oval Duty Free Elite sunglasses are a beautiful and elegant style, with tortoise shell ear stems with plenty of black highlights and etched gold hinges and nose bridge. The oval Bausch & Lomb B-15 lenses are the perfect color complement for the Ray-Ban W3084 Duty Free Elite frame, designed to enhance and sharpen color contrast in all light conditions while providing 100% UVA and UVB protection. In addition to the tortoise shell stems, a thin band of tortoise also surrounds the perimeter of the front lenses. Tell Me More
VS1214: Vintage Ray-Ban W0797 Onyx sunglasses feature a beautiful tortoise shell frame with plenty of translucence that lets light pass through and creates a shimmer in the tortoise frame. All the distinctive design features of Ray-Ban Onyx sunglasses are here including the thick tapered ear stems and the large, pronounced temples that look like an ultra modern version of 1950s cat's eye sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1215: Vintage Ray-Ban black Caravan sunglasses are the black chrome variation of the classic gold plated Caravan, but trust us that you'll see 50 gold plated Caravans for every one pair of black Caravan sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Caravan is an iconic design, one of the 2 or 3 styles Bausch & Lomb is best known for producing during their 60 years of stewardship of the Ray-Ban brand. While black Caravans are hard to find in general, it's particularly rare to see them with the Bausch & Lomb RB-3 lenses you'll find in this fine example. Tell Me More
VS1216: Vintage Giorgio Armani 646-S sunglasses feature an elaborately etched copper frame with great details on the metal hinges and especially on the uniquely shaped arched nose bridge. The antique copper color is a perfect complement to the brown mineral glass lenses, and it's a sleek, low profile design that works equally well as men's or women's sunglasses. The precise pinpoint etching that decorates the nose bridge and the entire perimeter of both lenses is very reminiscent of what you'll find on vintage B&L Ray-Ban Arista sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS1217: Vintage Giorgio Armani 655 982 sunglasses feature a rare white translucent front frame and eye cups which are designed to contour more closely to the face to provide added eye protection from the sides. The front of this frame is quite distinctive with the white translucent band framing the Armani mineral glass lenses, and from the sides everyone will notice the unique eye cups that make these sunglasses look as great from the sides as from the front. Tell Me More
VS1218: Vintage Giorgio Armani 666 1068 sunglasses feature rich red tortoise shell eye cups that form the rear of both mineral glass lenses, designed to contour closely to the face to give your eyes complete protection from wind, glare, and of course 100% UVA and UVB protection. The etched gunmetal frame is a soft muted color that's a nice complement to the eye cups, and the entire color package looks great with the green Armani mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More
VS1219: Vintage Giorgio Armani 803 064 sunglasses are a style and shape you'll only find in the sunglasses portfolio of Giorgio Armani, with a wonderful yellow tortoise shell frame, large round mineral glass lenses, and steeply arched nose bridge. You won't have to worry about anyone else at your formal or casual occasion wearing the same pair of sunglasses, for Armani 803 sunglasses were only made for about 2 years c mid 1980s. Tell Me More
VS1220: Vintage Giorgio Armani 326 071 sunglasses feature unique black side accents that frame round Armani lenses secured in an etched gold front frame, one of the most distinctive styles ever produced by the House of Armani. The black ear stems and front accents look great with the green Armani mineral glass lenses, and the unusually shaped nose bridge adds a last bit of extra design flair. Tell Me More
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