Optical - Handmade in UK

Glasses Frame: Elements - Mist - D

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  • A mist-shrouded loch is an enigmatic scene. As the water disappears into the clouded abyss, the definition between water and air becomes indistinguishable. Similarly, in the upper region of this two tone glasses frame, the misty acetate merges into steely tones of grey, green and blue in a stylishly subtle colouration. In the lower section, the mist momentarily shifts to allow a sliver of crystal clarity. A short relief from the cloud gives the impression of a split frame with no lower rim, a delicate detail like the mist that inspired it. Like all our frames, this misty round-eye frame has been cut and polished to perfection in our loch-side workshop in the outskirts of Glasgow. Our daily reminder of the inherent beauty of our surrounding landscape.


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Details

Designed and manufactured in house, Glasgow, UK.

Precision machined from premium Italian acetate.

Rotationally polished to ensure a high quality surface finish.

Hypoallergenic unipiece temples/arms.

Fixed using stainless steel rivets with five barrel hinges.

1 yr manufacturer warranty.
Optical glasses frame d mst side view

eyewear Inspired by elements of Scotland

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Mist /mIst/ Loch Tulla, Central Highlands, Scotland


Adding to the enigma of Scotland’s lochs, eerie but beautiful overhanging mist has been the source of folklore and mythology for many generations. Clouding the surface of the dark water, semi opaque colours of steel, blue, green and black are an ominous but intriguing combination.

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