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Circa 1910
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Steampunk Fashion Accessory:Antique Green Wire Round Sunglasses

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Very hard to find 1910's solid brass rimmed sunglasses with bendable coil temples.
Green glass lenses.
Very lightweight and comfortable to wear.
Wide bridge even a narrow bridge like mine would love.
The coils are strong and hold these specs in place.
Polished and brilliant.
Pin hinges are strong and secure.
These are non Rx lenses.
This frames does not open up to accommodate your own Rx.

Preowned in excellent condition.

The coil end is flexible and curve effortlessly over your ears.
The stems do not swing out like most specs of this era so please read the measurements below.
If your own frame width is normally between 4 1/2" to 5" these are perfect for you.
Otherwise if your frame width is over 5" these frames will start to bow outwards and weaken the soldered bridge joints and fail you.

The lenses are pristine with no chips or scratches.
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These are an exception to my return policy because of their delicate nature and therefore not returnable.

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  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

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