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VS2621: Vintage Versace Mod X26 Col 26M sunglasses feature a sleek, modern design with steel mesh weave along with the iconic Versace Medusa Head logo decorating both ear stems and forming a great complement for the tortoise shell ear stems. The Versace X series featured Versace's most modern and revoluationary designs, and we think you'll agree that the combination of elegance and industrial design in the Versace X26 is a real winner! Tell Me More

VS2622: Vintage Vuarnet 049 sunglasses feature a very finely crafted silver and gold plated frame, but the real stars of the show are the Vuarnet blue mirror lenses which were produced in only very small quantities and mostly as a special order from Vuarnet. Note the finely crafted detail and etched metalwork on the ear stems of the Vuarnet 049, a precise and difficult manufacturing process especially with the alternating use of silver and gold. Tell Me More

VS2623: Vintage Ray-Ban Stateside sunglasses feature the tortoise shell version of this enduringly popular Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban design, but along with the classic Stateside frame you also get Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lenses. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature. Tell Me More

VS2624: Vintage Versace 461 810 sunglasses are one of the most eleaborate and highly sought after sunglass designs ever produced by the Italian fahion house Versace, with an orange and black leopard print design front frame, black ear stems, and the Gianni Versace GV logo in raised metal relief on the exterior of both ear stems. Tell Me More

VS2625: Vintage French E-5775 cat eye sunglasses feature a cool enamel and rhinestone decoration at the flared wing temples that really draws the eye, and the authentic bakelite construction ensures their durability and helps to date this early style to the 1940s -195s after which the revolutionary bakelite plastic ceased to be made due to the very high cost of production. Tell Me More

VS2626: Vintage Bolle Spectra Acrylex sunglasses are one of the rarest styles produced by Bollle during their golden years of the 1980s and 1990s, featuring a clear translucent front frame, orange ear stems, and highly reflective Bolle gold mirror lenses. Don't mistake modern Bolle sunglasses of today with the quality and style of their vintage eyewear like these Spectra Acrylex sunglasses. Tell Me More

VS2627: Vintage Revo 3014 093 K1 sunglasses feature a gleaming copper frame in the famous Revo 3014 style coupled with Revo rose H20 polarized lenses. We've really come to love vintage Revo copper frames like the 3014 093, and they look great with very hard to find rose H20 lenses that gives these a particular design flair compared to the brown h20 version of this 3014 frame. Tell Me More

VS2628: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Sintra sunglasses were designed to evoke the look Frank Sinatra c 1950s without violating trademark laws by adopting a literal use of his name, a very distinctive size and shape just like Old Blue Eyes could be seen wearing when out and about the town and in the pages of celebrity magazines of this period. The large round lenses and the distinctively arched nose bridge make this one of the most recognizable but yet more obscure and hard to find of all vintage Bausch & Lomb eyewear. Tell Me More

VS2629: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers Changeables sunglasses features "The General" design brow bar covered in supple English bridle leathers, a design feature that both looks great but was also introduced to help improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face. The Bausch & Lomb Changeables lenses are photochromatic, adapting to varying light conditions and perfect for those who go in and out of stores and buildings when you don't want to keep taking your sunglasses on and off. Tell Me More

VS2630: Vintage Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds sunglasses are incredibly rare in and of themselves dating to c 1950s - 1960s, but you'll be hard pressed to ever again find them paired with these very early first generation Ray-Ban Diamond Hard lenses that combine to make one great pair of vintage sunglasses. Bausch & Lomb Clubmaster Rounds have a distinct shape that preceded the later Ray-Ban Clubmasters, but the real stars of the show are the Diamond Hard lenses. Tell Me More

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