Optical - Handmade in UK

Glasses Frame: Elements - Loch - G

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  • By nature, the new G spectacle model is a serious frame, casting an appearance of studiousness and refinement. Inspired by Banton loch this murky acetate hosts deep hues of emerald and enigmatic tones of black. Taking things further, the temples are durably coated in matt silver to complete our most outlandish glasses frame yet. If you were looking for an unusual style of glasses frame, the G model speaks for itself. It’s out there.


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Details

Designed & made in Glasgow, UK.

Hypoallergenic uni-piece temples.

Machined from high-quality cellulose acetate.

72 hrs tumble polished & 4 stage hand polished.

5 tenon hinges fastened with solid steel rivets.

1 yr manufacturer warranty.

Optical glasses frame g loc side view

Eyewear Inspired by elements of Scotland

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Loch /lɒk,lɒx/ Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Scotland


This name for a body of water is Insular Celtic in origin and is applied to most lakes in Scotland and to many sea inlets in the west and north of Scotland. With more than 31,460 freshwater lochs in Scotland, these enigmatic and beautiful scenes are a common and historically rich source of Scottish folklore and mythology.

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