Women's Polarised sunglasses: Elements - Bracken - RND

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  • These round sunglasses for women contain hearty tones of red, amber and deep brown. Inspired by the ubiquitous highland fern of Scotland, this charming acetate depicts the dormant state of the beautiful bracken plant. Handmade in our Glasgow workshop, these red polarised sunglasses have been lovingly hand polished to a silky smooth finish, displaying this rouge acetate’s inherent lustre. For ladies, this is a charming auburn sunglasses frame, in an indulgent rouge acetate, partnered with copper coloured temples.

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Details

Designed and manufactured in house, Glasgow, UK.

Precision machined from premium Italian acetate.

Fitted with premium polarised sunlenses. UVA, UVB and UVC protective.

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.
Womens round polarised sunglasses frame side views

eyewear Inspired by elements of Scotland

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Bracken /ˈbrak(ə)n/ Loch Alvie, Cairngorms, Scotland


Bracken is our most prolific large fern species. Growing in vast sloping areas typically above Scotland’s moors, lochs and rugged uplands. In the colder months, this deciduous fauna recedes into deep rusty tones of red, amber and orange. On still days, these tonal reflections are beautifully cast across the surface of loch-water in the glens below.