70's Italian Frames
Pre-owned in fantastic condition.  Early 1970's.Hard to find chrome coated oversized round frames made in Italy. Lenses are 2 7/16" across.  These are for a wide face.

Hard to find chrome coated oversized round frames made in Italy.
Lenses are 2 7/16" across.  These are for a wide face,  inside hinge to hinge is 5 5/8".

These would look great on a fuller face than mine. 
I normally wear 4 3/4" hinge to hinge (app 5" wide frames) so yeah,  these are just a tad large for me.

PDP 75 (3")mm
Temple 140mm (5 1/2")
Pre-owned in fantastic condition.  Early 1970's.
Straightened,  polished,  however there is a dullish spot on one of the temples from an old label.
The clear nose pads and temple ends have started to turn a yellowish from wear/and or age.
This can be replace by your optician when he fits them with your lenses,  if you don't like their appearance. 

Frame width: 5 5/8" (143mm)
Frame height: 2 9/16" (65mm)
Frame material: chrome coated metal
Lens width: 2 7/16" (61mm)
Lens height: 2 7/16" (61mm)
Hinge to hinge width: 5 5/8" (143mm)
Bridge (DBL): 18-20mm
Temple length: 5 1/4" (135mm)
Spring hinge: No
Pupil to pupil distance: 3" (75mm)
Lenses: none
Head size: WIDE-LARGE

If you don't have vision insurance, and want put your own Rx into these beauties, 
we recommend an online lab called ReplaceALens.com that charges fantastic prices for lenses. 
Their prices are 2/3rds less than your local neighborhood optical shops. 
Visit their website. They never turn down any of our optical frames. 
Our frames are guaranteed with a free replacement or refund in case the lab damages them while they install your lenses. No other optician would give you such a promise. 
Only we do. Tell them Desi sentcha from Retro Focus Eyewear.


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