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Robert Rudger 490 78

by Robert Rudger
  • Robert Rudger 490 in colour 78 is a new old stock frame from the 90s. Otherwise known as a half eye, library glasses or reading glasses, this frame has been designed to be worn lower down the bridge of the nose, allowing the user to peer over the top for distance vision. That is why the bridge measrurments are wide and the temple length long. Manufactured in Austria, these high quality frames have a unique style, which can be seen across the collection. The crystal acetate has a yellow, red and black pattern, which has a modernistic feel. The Robert Rudger range was created in 1989 by the Austrian designers, Robert Hüttmann, Rudi Himmelfreundpointner and Gerhard Lahner.    

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

  • Lens Width: 53mm
    Lens Depth: 32mm
    Bridge Width: 22mm
    Temple Width: 130mm

    Temple Length: 145mm

Please see our size guide for more information.

Robert Rudger 490 Vintage Glasses. Rare and unusual vintage glasses. Cool retro glasses.

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