Valentino Plaid Sunglasses
Valentino plaid sunglasses.  Pre-owned 1970's vintage that is super rare and you'll never find another pair out there like these.  Wide frame,  non prescription lenses in a brown gradient tint.  Made in Italy,  1970's.


True plaid peep pleaser.
Vintage Valentino sunglasses.
You'd be hard pressed to find another pair ANYWHERE.

Undoubtably a great pair.  Made in Italy,  early 1970's vintage.  
These are large  measuring 5 3/4" across with non Rx tinted gradient lenses.  
Pre-owned,  the frame itself is in excellent condition.  The plastic lenses are scratched and you probably would want to replace them.  You can still see out of them fine (If scratches don't bother you). but I will tell you that because the frame is wider than the length of the temples,  when the temples are folded they touch the lenses.  My advice when getting replacement tinted lenses is that you ask the lens lab to tint the backside of the lenses as well because of this manufacturing detail.  ReplaceALens.com should be able to do it.  I love that site and get all my lens needs from them.

Lenses are NOT prescription,  but you can put your own prescription in this frame if you wanted.  
If you have a thick prescription,  this frame has sides that wrap and may hide the thickness of the lenses. 

This frame is wide and will suit a rounder fuller face than mine.  I model my specs for point of reference only and I have a very narrow face and typically wear 5" wide frames.  These are 5 3/4" wide and stick out past the sides of my head (Not my size)

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Only 1 pair available.


Frame width: 5 3/4" (150mm)
Frame height:  1 15/16" (50mm)
Frame material: Acetate
Lens width: 2 1/4" (58mm)
Lens height: 15/8 " (43mm)
Hinge to hinge width: 5 5/8" (143mm)
Bridge (DBL): 20mm
Temple length: 5 1/2" (140mm)
Spring hinge: NO
Pupil to pupil distance: 2 7/8" (75mm)
Lenses: Brown gradient plastic
Head size: Wide
Optical quality: Absolutely

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