Vintage Sunglasses - Page 18
VS171: Fun Italian white cat's eye sunglasses feature metal studs and orange rhinestones at the temples and a subtle yet striking pattern. The combination of the white cat's eye sunglasses with green lenses looks super cool, and the studs and rhinestones make them more than just your run of the mill inexpensive cat's eye sunglasses from this period. Tell Me More
VS172: Distinctive vintage Revo 1208 010 Tiburon sunglasses feature an intricately etched antique gold frame along with tortoise shell ear stems and Revo green Traveler Collection lenses. It's a combination of materials and colors that go perfectly together, and the unisex frame measures approximately 5.0" temple to temple. Tell Me More
VS173: For a vintage 1950s look with some design flair, we think you'll like these vintage Waltz sunglasses with etched metal temples and brown polarized lenses. The use of the silver metal above the lenses is a rather unique look, and we particularly liked the etching as well as the contrast with the predominantly brown / tortoise color of the frame. Tell Me More
VS174: If you like Ray-Ban bullet hole shooters but don't like curved wire shooter ear stems, these classic Arista gold plated bullet hole aviator sunglasses are the perfect choice. They feature the "General" double bar nose bridge with round bullet hole below, and the 62mm teardrop B&L aviator green G-15 lenses are the legendary classic. Tell Me More
VS175: Always a fast seller on the few occasions when we get them in, vintage Revo 3005 sunglasses are always super popular but sometimes we the original Revo 3005 001 sunglasses combining a durable composite high performance black Italian frame with Revo blue mirror Revo P H20 lenses. Revo 3005 sunglasses are popular with sailors and outdoorsmen. Tell Me More
VS176: For the best of both worlds in vintage Giorgio Armani sunglasses, you'll really enjoy this rare combination of vintage Armani 147 721 round tortoise shell sunglasses with light amber photochromatic lenses coupled with matching clip on dark brown Armani sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS177: Stylish and elegant Giorgio Armani 708 sunglasses have a expensive and understated look that's perfect for both formal and casual occasions in a unisex frame that measures approximately 5.25" temple to temple and lenses measuring approximately 2.0" x 1.5" at the widest points. Tell Me More
VS178: You'll see some of the finest period 1950s and 1960s French cat's eye sunglasses come from BH France, and we think you'll particularly love these rather stunning BH etched and rhinestone studded sunglasses in rare white mother of pearl color. Tell Me More
VS179: Early and rare B&L Ray-Ban 10k gold filled 62mm aviator sunglasses are classics of the 1940s and 1950s when they were the choice of pilots and the military around the world - and perhaps still even more so today! There's not a lot to say about this legendary design that the pictures don't convey, with 10k gold filled Bausch & Lomb frame and B&L G-15 green anti-glare lenses. Tell Me More
VS180: For a unique Revo interpretation of classic aviator sunglasses, we invite you to check out Revo 1102 001 sunglasses with blue mirrored lenses that pick up hues of red and purple when reflecting the light. The majority of the Italian rame is a matte black with the Revo logo impressed in the metal near the spring loaded hinge points. Tell Me More
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