Custom Made Glasses, Pince-Nez Style with Chain Clip Design
VintageCustom made glasses with the pince-nez style, meaning “pinch nose”, was a way to hold up glasses without temples In late 18th century. Imbued with a distinctly vintage feel, this pair of custom made glasses feature a silver color metal chain and ear wire design.
We have 4 size to select, two design of chain ear wire and clips. This one is Chain Clip Design.
Please carefully select your size. you can select other size also.
You can also provide your size message for toally custom made in comment when you purchase and you need add extro $59 more.
If you need progressive lenses, It is not recommended to use 30mm diameter frame.
Although it is a simple alloy, it takes dozens of processes, bending, winding, measuring, and adjusting, so that a pair of beautiful stylish and comfortable glasses can be delivered to your hands.
Some mistakes may mean that our crafters have to start from scratch again. Frame super light only 10 grams without lenses.
Without a doubt, the best face shape for round sunglasses is a square face shape
This doesn’t mean faces with softer facial features can’t wear round frames.Round sunglasses are a fun and stylish accessory that will add so much to your overall style.
Their eclectic character makes it easy for you to match it with many styles so that your outfit can be on fleek!
If you have a round face and like to make a stark statement with your fashion choices, you can dare to be bold with a pair of this unique hand made round glasses as well.
In the impression, round glasses will give people a retro, literary and intelligent look. This may be affected by some historic figure.Actually at early times, people always wear round glasses, mainly because they really can't do any other shape of glasses.The lenses were all glass.
In late 18th century America, most eyeglass wearers were presbyopes, and literacy was still at its highest among leaders of religious groups. This led to the stereotype that eyeglass wearers were elderly clergymen.
Thus, the pince-nez became the ideal piece of eyewear for individuals who wanted to downplay their need for glasses; and, as with many other trends, this was quickly caught upon by the wealthy, who turned pince-nez into a status symbol by having pairs custom-crafted to fit their noses in such materials as gold and silver. Although glasses with temples remained in production, pince-nez became the defining piece of eyewear at the turn of the century.
|Frame Bridge (mm)||23|
|Lens Width (mm)||38-44|
|Frame Width (mm)||99-111|
|Temple Length (mm)||150|
|Lens Height (mm)||38-44|
|Frame Weight (g)||10|