Women's Polarised sunglasses: Elements - Mrytle - ORG

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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 olive and murky black whisper beneath the hand-polished surface of this emerald frame-front; testament to it’s watery residence. The classic nature of these wayfarer style polarised sunglasses for women lends itself perfectly to the undulating colours of deep black and rich emerald, resulting in an unusual but organically inspired sunglasses style. Paired with contrasting gold temples, these green sunglasses are quirky and stylish in equal measure, perfect for pool parties or winter walks in the sun.


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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.

Polarised lenses, UV400, Category 3, 14% VLT.

5 tenon hinges fastened with solid steel rivets.

Womens wayfarer style polarised sunglasses frame side view

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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