Vintage Sunglasses - Page 92
VS911: Vintage Ray-Ban Diamond Hard Tortuga sunglasses are a rare, low production variation in the Ray-Ban Diamond Hard Survivors Series, combining the virtually scratch proof Bausch & Lomb Diamond Hard lenses with a Tortuga aviator frame that combines brown and red highlights on the gold plated frame. Ray-Ban DiamondHard was a Bausch & Lomb scratch-protection system which created a lens surface of amorphous diamond that is 10x more resistant to scratching than ordinary glass. Tell Me More
VS912: Vintage Revo 850 Grand Classic sunglasses feature the very rare white 850 frame and highly reflective Revo blue mirror lenses for one of the best looks you'll find in an early pair of vintage Revos c mid 1980s. You'll see 100 matte black Revo 850 and 860 frames for every 1 you'll find in white, and we think the white frame and highly reflective blue mirror lenses are a great color combination. Tell Me More
VS913: VintageRay-Ban W1596 Traditionals sunglasses feature the very hard to find Ray-Ban yellow tortoise shell frame in a style and shape reminiscent of Ray-Ban Wayfarers but sleeker, slimmer, and more suitable as both men's and women's sunglasses. The yellow tortoise looks fantastic coupled with Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses, the original lenses developed by B&L for the US military. Tell Me More
VS914: Vintage Giorgio Armani 810 050 sunglasses feature a beautiful tortoise shell frame which has a translucence you only find in fine Italian tortoise shell frames and Armani brown mineral glass lenses for a stylish and elegant look. The size and shape of the Armani 810 is similar to Ray-Ban Wayfarers but with some extra design flair such as the gold inset hinges on each temple. Tell Me More
VS915: Vintage Ray-Ban W0228 black bullet hole sunglasses are the hard to find black alternative to classic gold plated bullet hole shooters, and they look great coupled with B&L RB-3 anti-glare green lenses. Bausch & Lomb designed the "bullet hole" as well as the "General" brow bar to improve the balance of the sunglasses on the face for hunters and shooters. Tell Me More
VS916: Rare and vintage B&L Ray-Ban 12k gold filled Deep Freeze Kalichrome were specialty expedition sunglasses, only produced c 1955 - 1958 when the U.S. Navy undertook exploration in Antarctica. The double gradient mirrored lenses were designed to reflect glare in even the most extreme conditions of ice and glacial surroundings, and the gold mirror Kalichrome coating on the rear of the lens added even more UVA and UVB eye protection and also served to reflect the heat from the eye and face. Tell Me More
VS917: Vintage Alpina M1 sunglasses feature the very hard to find white Alpina M1 frame made in West Germany and gold rivets that decorate the front of the frame and look great set against the white of this rare M1. The gold ear stems of the Alpina M1 complement the gold frame and gold rivets of the front, and the moderately oversized appearance and striking combination of white and gold makes this one of the most sought after of fine vintage sunglasses. Tell Me More
VS918: Vintage Ray-Ban Wayfarer Street Neat sunglasses feature tortoise shell ear stems and top accent coupled with a black ebony lower frame, all in the classic styling of the iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer. It's hard to beat the color combination of black and tortoise, and the Wayfarer frame looks great with B&L G-15 anti-glare lenses. Tell Me More
VS919: Vintage Ray-Ban Leathers sunglasses are the pinnacle of design options you'll find in vintage Ray-Ban Leathers, with rare Bausch & Lomb B-15 top gradient mirror lenses and intricately woven English bridle leather covering the entire frame, General brow bar, and ear pads. Most Ray-Ban Leathers sunglasses have smooth leather applied to a gold frame, but here you have the top of the line woven leather that requires extensive hand work. Tell Me More
VS920: Vintage Ray-Ban 12k gold filled aviator sunglasses feature rare Bausch & Lomb top gradient mirror lenses and "The General" brow bar designed to improve the balance of the sunglasses on your face and popularized by General Douglas MacArthur in World War II. The rare top gradient mirror lenses are heavily mirrored at the top of the aviator style lens transitioning to a normal B&L RB-3 green lens at the bottom, a flash mirror coating applied via a technology pioneered by Bausch & Lomb. Tell Me More
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