- Lens Width:53 mm
- Bridge:17 mm
- Lens Height:37 mm
- Arm Length:136 mm
- Total Width:134 mm
- Handcrafted glasses of superior metal and cellulose acetate.
- Flex hinges of tempered steel.
- Lenses are custom cut in our state-of-the-art lens cutting lab.
- Material Front: Metal
- Material Arm: Metal
- Nosepad: Yes
- Spring Hinges: Yes
- Progressive: Yes
- Fit: M 130-139 mm
Available in a flattering half-rimmed profile that will define round, oval, heart, square and diamond-shaped faces, this Amherst frame proves to be ultra-versatile. Moreover, its intricate silhouette will draw everyone's attention towards the wearer. The curved brow line features stainless steel-looking edges that illuminate the facial traits, toned down by the matte black accents with an intricate texture. The elegant manner in which the modified rectangular lenses are mounted within the frame underlines the high-level of craftsmanship of the manufacturer.
Superior and safe lenses
All of our eyewear comprise of lightweight CR39 lenses which has the highest Abbe Value. As a result of which, the CR39 lenses offer the best visual clarity and highest protection as compared to other lenses.
All our Lenses are made using state of the art German technology, which multi-layers the lenses with scratch-resistant, anti-reflective, anti-fogging and hydrophobic properties.
In addition to our standard lenses, we also offer our customers other premium lenses in varying degrees of thickness.
Have a high sphere or cylinder power?
That perfect lens is right at your fingertips even if you have a complex prescription. You can choose between lenses ranging from -16 to +10 strength and from -6 to +6 cylinder for your single vision, multifocal and primatic lenses alike.
Shipping and Return
United States :
International Delivery :
90 Days Easy Return Policy - If your are not satisfied, return process is very simple.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
The black texture with the metal detailing caught my eye instantly. They look even better now that they are here!
By Anne fredrichs on 01/12/2016