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Pierre Cardin Rectangular Fold Up 1960's

by Pierre Cardin
  • This 1960's Pierre Cardin fold-up sunglasses frame is a total rarity . New old stock, with grey lenses. 100% UV protection. This is a real collectors piece. Brown mottled acetate with super wide rims houses the square shaped lenses. The temporal sides are off-set, the right lower than the left, to allow the folding mechanism. A truly wonderful frame, in superb condition. The Pierre Cardin fashion house was founded in 1950, and was well known for space age, avant-garde designs. This is not just a frame, this is history. The shape is reminiscent to that worn by Michael Caine in Pulp (1972).

    All spectacles supplied with a brand new spectacle case and a Retro Spectacle microfibre cleaning cloth.

  • Lens Width: 60mm
    Lens Depth: 37mm
    Bridge Width: 20mm
    Temple Width: 152mm

    Temple Length: 140mm

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Pierre Cardin Vintage Fold Up Sunglasses. 1960's Pierre Cardin Sunglasses. Rare Vintage Sunglasses.

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