Vintage Sunglasses - Page 16
VS151: If you prefer a unique copper Vuarnet PX Cat Eye, check out these brown Vuarnet PX cat eye sunglasses with black and silver gradient skilynx lenses as a perfect complement. There are several unique things about these early Vuarnet PX Pouilloux sunglasses - the copper color, the ridges above the lens and the nose bridge not usually seen on Vuarnets, and the raised PX logos on each ear stem along with the Vuarnet star. Tell Me More
VS152: Always in high demand and hard to find, these vintage Revo 3040 080 sunglasses feature Revo P H20 highly reflective dark mirrored lenses and a curved rectangular lens shape that looks great on a wide variety of faces. A sleek chrome Italian frame is the perfect complement to the polarized mirrored lenses. Tell Me More
VS153: Rare and unusual, these early Ray-Ban round tortoise shell sunglasses were a unique find and in pretty amazing condition given the age. Vintage round tortoise shell sunglasses have always been one of our most requested sunglass styles, but this early B&L Ray-Ban interpretation of the style is hard to beat. Tell Me More
VS154: We buy the best vintage designer sunglasses from estates around the world, but we only see about 1 pair each year if that of Revo 1106 sunglasses with green mirrored lenses and tortoise shell ear stems, The tortoise shell ear stems on the 1106, always popular, are particularly rich in hues of deep black to complement the brown tortoise shell, and nothing goes better with that than Revo's green mirror lens. Tell Me More
VS155: Cool Revo 1108 011 aviator style sunglasses have a subtle wrap design and Revo's top of the line H20 stealth mirrored lenses combined with a silver gunmetal frame. When Revo stealth mirror lens are done in H20, they pick up additional hues of rose and purple colors. Tell Me More
VS156: Early B&L Ray-Ban 12k gold filled 58mm shooter sunglasses c late 1960s / early 1970s feature the famous B&L G-15 lenses and the classic teardrop shape of Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses. The classic aviator look here is combined with wire cable ear stems that provide a nice, secure fit over the ears. Tell Me More
VS157: A style we only have available for sale once or twice each year, these Revo 961 001 sunglasses combine a black metal frame with Revo's highly reflective blue mirror lens in a loosely cat eye style that all goes together for a great look! Tell Me More
VS158: If you're a fan of antique gold and tortoise like we are here at Vintage Designer Sunglasses, there are few better examples than Revo 1211 036 sunglasses with Italian frame and Revo H20 lenses. As for those lenses, check out the unique shape of these in the Revo 1211's. Tell Me More
VS159: The classic! Ray-Ban tortoise Wayfarer 5024 sunglasses are not reproductions of the original Wayfarers but the ones that first came out c 1970s, and who doesn't like the tortoise shell frame in the Wayfarer style. Tell Me More
VS160: Rare and early style, these Revo 840 sunglasses are done in the Wayfarer style (compare with the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarers) and have an incredible tortoise shell frame that almost glistens in the sunlight and top of the line H20 lenses for Revo quality eye protection in all light conditions. Tell Me More
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