Givenchy X Frames

Givenchy X Frames

70's Dropped Temple
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Givenchy X Dropped Temple 70s eyeglasses. 58-17-140. 70's vintage made in France.  Their color is somewhere between swirls of ginger ale and Champagne in a translucent way.

 

Givenchy X Dropped Temple 70s eyeglasses.
58-17-140
Pre-owned in excellent condition.
Their color is somewhere between swirls of ginger ale and Champagne in a translucent way.
Color changes hue slightly in different lights,  and warmer when shown on a face.  
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Made in France.
One pair available.
Cleaned,  polished and straightened.  Ready for your own prescription. 
Frame measures 5 1/2" across and will suit an average to slightly wide face.  
My face is narrow and these are way too big on me.  
I typically wear frames 5" across with an inside hinge to hinge of 4 3/4".  
Please read all the measurements below and compare them to a pair you already wear for size comparison.

SPECS:

Frame width: 5 5/8" (145mm)
Frame height: 2 1/4" (57mm)
Frame material: Acetate
Lens width: 2 5/16" (58mm)
Lens height: 2 1/16" (54mm)
Hinge to hinge width: 5 3/8" (138mm)
Bridge (DBL): 17mm
Temple length: 5 1/2" (140mm)
Spring hinge: No
Pupil to pupil distance: 2 15/16" (75mm)
Lenses: None
Head size: Average to wide
Optical quality: Absolutely
Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included

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