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Mens Optical: Elements - Mrytle - D

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  • Previously used for folk medicine, myrtle is a medicinal and fragrant plant that resides in the edges of peat bogs and lochs of western Scotland. Murmuring tones of green and murky black whisper beneath the hand-polished surface of this emerald frame front; testament to its watery residence. The round-eye style of our D frame has become a collection-favourite, now available in this organically inspired acetate. Congruous to its quirky but traditional optical style, we’ve finished these green glasses with a contrasting matte gold temple. It’s a spectacular marriage of green and gold, ready to be worn with pizazz and vigour.


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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.

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eyewear Inspired by elements of Scotland

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Mrytle /ˈməːt(ə)l/ Loch Achtriochtan, Glencoe Valley, Scotland


A deciduous shrub, typically found in acidic peat bogs or in shallow loch water. The muted green foliage has a sweet resinous scent and can be used as a traditional insect repellent. It is also a traditional component of Royal Wedding bouquets and is used variously in perfumery and as a condiment. There are plans to increase production of the plant in Scotland for use as an essential oil for treating sensitive skin and acne.

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