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Fassamano Readers in Olive, 2.00 lenses

Fassamano Readers in Olive, 2.00 lenses

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Fassamano Readers in Olive, 2.00 lenses

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These elegant readers, designed by a Milanese architect, and handcrafted in Veneto, Italy, reflect the quality of materials and engineering that are prototypically Italian. Inspired by the iconic shape of the first eyeglasses, which originated in Northern Italy during the 13th century, they can be held in hand as a Venetian mask. This throwback to early fashion is eminently practical, as without side temples, the reader hangs ready for use as a decorative accessory, or sits handily in a pocket. Always at the ready, it is the ideal conveniently accessed magnifier, quickly found without a search for glasses. Handcrafted in Italy from the finest Mazzucchelli acetate, with 35 mm lenses and a connecting bridge measuring 47 mm at the top (widest) point.

Featured in olive marble with +2.00 strength lenses. Comes with a black cord so that they may be worn around the neck and moved upward as needed.
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These elegant readers, designed by a Milanese architect, and handcrafted in Veneto, Italy, reflect the quality of materials and engineering that are prototypically Italian. Inspired by the iconic shape of the first eyeglasses, which originated in Northern Italy during the 13th century, they can be held in hand as a Venetian mask. This throwback to early fashion is eminently practical, as without side temples, the reader hangs ready for use as a decorative accessory, or sits handily in a pocket. Always at the ready, it is the ideal conveniently accessed magnifier, quickly found without a search for glasses. Handcrafted in Italy from the finest Mazzucchelli acetate, with 35 mm lenses and a connecting bridge measuring 47 mm at the top (widest) point.

Featured in olive marble with +2.00 strength lenses. Comes with a black cord so that they may be worn around the neck and moved upward as needed.
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