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These are just awesome frames for those of you who have trouble fiThese are just awesome frames for those of you who have trouble finding big statement glasses with a wide bridge. 24mm.  Made by Gazelle,  unused 1970's frames.nding big statement glasses with a wide bridge. 24mm.  Made by Gazelle,  unused 1970's frames.

 

These are just awesome frames for those of you who have trouble finding big statement glasses with a wide bridge.
Across the center meridian I measured 24mm.  These fit John perfectly and he generally wears wider than usual frames.
These are made in the 1970's,  possibly early 80's in Korea.  Gazelle is the brand. Very similar to Cazal 607 eyeglass frames.

Clear frame can be found HERE.

Very similar to Rodenstock’s 1960’s design.  See photo for comparison only.

Great sturdy glasses,  a lightweight 'better' plastic frame.  Yes,  metal support rod in the temple.
Metal hardware is a very soft gold that looks light enough to be silver in low light situations.  
The frame has a few flaws.... look at marked up photos.  I wanted to show them to you and will do my best to polish them out so they're not noticeable.  If I get a chance,  I'll upload new shots of the areas.

These are prescription ready frames,  currently with clear cheap plastic DEMO lenses that are not scratch free,  so don't complain to me that these have scratches.  The lenses are not meant to be used as fashion lenses,  but just as demo lenses for an optical shop.
SPECS:

Frame width: 5 3/4" (145mm)
Frame height: 2 1/4" (57mm)
Frame material: Better plastic
Lens width: 2 1/8" (55mm)
Lens height: 2" (50mm)
Hinge to hinge width: 5 3/8" (127mm)
Bridge (DBL): 24mm
Temple length: 5 3/4"-6" depending on where you measure.  They're long.  145-150mm)
Spring hinge: No
Pupil to pupil distance: 3 1/8" (73mm)
Lenses: Demo plastic
Head size: Wide
Optical quality: Absolutely

  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

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