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VS1745: Vintage Ray-Ban Xrays X3 Amber Polysphere wrap sunglasses really make a design statement, a precursor of the Oakley designs and a great combination of form and function. Ray-Ban Xrays were a pioneer in combining a flexible, rubberized wrap sunglasses frame - soft, light, and comfortable - with high performance Bausch & Lomb optics. In the case of the Xrays X3, that means the revolutionary Bausch & Lomb Amber Polysphere lens. The rich orange lens color is amazing. Tell Me More

VS1746: Vintage Ray-Ban Solette sunglasses feature a black ebony frame in this early 1950s B&L Ray-Ban design, a classic of the midcentury and still eye catching today. This is a moderate cat eye style , not as extreme as many from this period, and the black ebony American made frame looks great with the original Bausch & Lomb mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1747: Vintage Ray-Ban Marche cat eye sunglasses c late 1950s / early 1960s created a frenzy among women buyers when first introduced, a modern and stylish sunglass design with the benefit of having top of the line Bausch & Lomb optics for unprecedented visual acuity. The frame is a design explosion of black and silver, with the decoration accenting and enhancing the natural curves and angles of the frame. Tell Me More

VS1748: Vintage Ray-Ban Olympian I sunglasses are the rare low profile design that dates back to the 1960s, very early in the history of evolution of the Ray-Ban Olympian design. The brushed matte gold frame is beautifully manufactured and smooth, and it looks great with the original Bausch & Lomb mineral glass lenses that were a real optical innovation of the times. The sleek low profile design and moderate size means the Olympian I looks great on a wide variety of men's and women's face sizes. Tell Me More

VS1749: Vintage Ray-Ban Flying Colors sunglasses feature the rare turquoise blue enamel applied to the gold plated 62mm aviator frame, but for the last added wow factor you also get Bausch & Lomb Changeables photochromatic lenses. The photochromatic properties of Ray-Ban Changeables causes the lens to darken and lighten in response to varying light conditions, and this is a property infused into the glass and not a coating that will ever wear out or wear off. Tell Me More

VS1750: Vintage Ray-Ban W0930 Gatsby Style 1 sunglasses evoke the period of the Great Gatsby with its gleaming black ebony frame and the classically understated style and elegance. The Gatsby curves are alive and well in the W0930, with nicely arched nose bridge and rounded Bausch & Lomb mineral glass lenses. The Ray-Ban Gatsby Style 1 is a smaller size frame temple to temple, perfect for smaller women or men or for those who like the undersized John Lennon or professorial look. Tell Me More

VS1751: Vintage Ray-Ban W0933 Gatsby Style 4 Combo Round sunglassesare one of the most distinctive styles ever produced by Bausch & Lomb during their 60 years of ownership and stewardship of the iconic Ray-Ban brand. The beautiful translucent tortoise shell frame is perfectly complemented by the unique, highly arched gold plated nose bridge, the distinctive design feature of the W0933 Gatsby. To round out the look, the B&L RB-3 lenses give you a lighter tint of green than the more common B&L G-15 lenses. Tell Me More

VS1752: Vintage Ray-Ban W2589 Daddy-O sunglasses feature the rare amber Daddy-O frame and Bausch & Lomb G-15 anti-glare lenses. Your ticket to the cool hipster crown, Ray-Ban Daddy-O sunglasses have been seen on many music industry and Hollywood celebrities as a style that always stands out from the crowd for both the shape and the cool frame colors. The frame material of the Ray-Ban Daddy-O is quite unique, a type of soft, textured resin. Tell Me More

VS1753: Vintage Ray-Ban 12k GF sunglasses were among the very earliest production of Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban styles made for the consumer market dating back to the late 1940s - early 1950s. This classic design is well known among collectors and features a center nose bridge x bar design and uniquely shaped B&L RB-3 light green mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1754: Vintage Ray-Ban Dune sunglasses are an icon of midcentury eyewear c 1950s - 1960s and feature a black ebony front frame and brown ear stems known as "Brown Silk" that's classically understated in its design and a perfect complement for the Bausch & Lomb anti-glare lenses. Sleek and stylish, the Ray-Ban Dune is equally at home for both formal and casual occasions, and the Dune size and shape fits a wide variety of face sizes. Tell Me More

VS1758: Vintage Ray-Ban W1833 Classic Metals sunglasses are a beautiful design, combining gleaming orange and black tortoise shell ear stems with a matte gold front frame and intricately etched nose bridge. Bausch & Lomb produced the W1833 in the mid to late 1990s, a time when they were already anticipating the eventual sale of the company to Italian conglomerate Luxottica. The beautifully shaded tortoise shell ear stems are the perfect complement for the B&L G-15 mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More

VS1761: Vintage Ray-Ban Fantasees Outdoorsman sunglasses feature the vintage black chrome General frame with shooter ear stems, produced in much smaller quantities than gold, but you'll love the sleek elegant look that's created with the addition of the Bausch & Lomb ultragradient gray Fantasees lenses. Ray-Ban Fantasees lenses have never been equaled for their unique properties, lightweight glass ultragradient lenses designed to be fashionable gradients indoors - tinted at the top to flatter your eyes. Tell Me More

VS1762: Vintage Ray-Ban W2394 Inertia sunglasses are the ultimate in modern, high tech eyewear produced during the final golden years of B&L Ray-Ban in the 1990s, and they still look more sleek and modern than anything you find on the market today. The design is truly unique in a style reminiscent of Oakley, but nobody will confuse Inertia sunglasses these for mass produced Oakleys! Tell Me More


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