Windsor Spectacles
1920's Windsor spectacles with saddle bridge and coil temples.  Black celluloid covers the frame front.  Gold Filled frame.  Suited for a narrow to average sized face.1920's Windsor spectacles with saddle bridge and coil temples.  Burgundy red celluloid covers the frame front.  Gold Filled frame.  Suited for a narrow to average sized face.


The Windsor style was first introduced in 1880 and remained popular until after WWI. 
Windsors came in silver, roman steel, gold filled, gold, and nickel. 
Often the lens rims and temples were covered with celluloid in black, burgundy, tortoise and blonde. 
1920's round gold filled spectacles. Pre-owned.

The surface of the gold metal is in excellent condition and they haven't lost their shine. 
Black covers are also in excellent condition with no breaks.
These are in fantastic condition.  Ready for your own Rx.
They're about 100 years old. 
Saddle bridge marked REALFIT.
No discoloration of the gold.
Will accommodate most average prescriptions and bifocal scripts as well.
Not for high prescriptions unless you're using high index thin lenses.

Coil is a bit strong and you may need to have it bent by your optician so that its' curve isn't so severe.
The person who wore these had a short distance between the front of his face and the curve of his ear.

You won't be disappointed. 1 pair available.


  • Frame width: 4 5/8" (117mm)

  • Frame height: 1 11/16" (43mm)

  • Frame material: gold filled metal frame w plastic covering

  • Lens width: 1 5/8" (41mm)

  • Lens height: 1 5/8" (41mm)

  • Hinge to hinge width: 4 3/8" (116mm) widening to 6" behind the ears conservatively without causing a significant curving of the frame front at the bridge.  

  • Bridge (DBL): 21mm

  • Temple length: 6" (150mm)

  • Spring hinge: easy hinge opening wider than conventional 45 degree angle to fit most head widths.

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 2 1/2" (62mm)

  • Lenses: None

  • Head size: Petite to slightly wide

  • Optical quality: Absolutely

  • Original protective antique case and lens cleaning cloth included

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