True Vintage 1990s Efex Genuine Buffalo Horn Switzerland

$1,200.00

Genuine horn is a tried and tested material for eyewear and is one of the oldest frame materials in the world. The special way that light is reflected and the warm enticing appearance of the horn are inimitable. The unparalleled grain and hues speak for themselves, and the wearer can choose from a multitude of horn shades. The spectrum ranges from grey and anthracite tones to shades of brown and even white horn. Genuine horn frames are exceptionally comfortable to wear and an excellent choice for people with sensitive skin.

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$1,200.00

Product Properties

Country of Origin

Switzerland

Condition

New Old Stock

Shape

Square

Frame Material

Horn

Frame Color Custom

Dark Grey and Bourbon tones highlighted with bone accent.

Lens Material

CR39

Lens Type

UV-400

Lens Color/Tint

Grey Gradient

Case

Included

Company

Efex Switzerland

Model

Grace

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Product Dimensions

56 mm

Lens Width

18 mm

Bridge Width

150 mm

Temple Length

145 mm

Overall Frame Width

Eyeglass Frames Size Guide

There are several measurements when it comes to eyeglasses, of which there are 4 important measurements.

Chances are that your current glasses have measurements engraved on the inside of the temples. A temple may contain: the brand, model name and 50 □ 19 140 , 50/19 140 or 50 19-140. These measurements indicate three frame dimensions—lens width, bridge width, and temple length. The overall frame width, however, will not be printed on the temple arm.

Once you know the measurements of your current glasses, you can easily choose the right pair of glasses that best suit you.

Lens Width

Measure the lens horizontally, at its widest point.

Bridge Width

Measure horizontally, from one edge of the bridge to the other.

Temple Length

Measure from the hinge—where the arm connects in the front— to the spot where the arm begins to bend down around the ear. Then measure from the top of the bend to the bottom tip. Add these together for the total temple arm length.

Overall Frame Width

Measure the horizontal front of the frame, from one end to the other