A model more faithfully reproduced the American vintage of the 1950’s, which was the design source for EYEVAN 7285 masterpiece model 319.
It features an unbalanced design unique to vintage, with a thick bridge that contrasts with the thin endpiece. The decorative rivet is made using a polishing method in which craftsmen carefully polish each pair of eyeglasses.
Sun-Platinum rivets and plastic are integrated to create a beautiful design.
A unique idea, combining a brow-bar frame with offset temples, whose past historical source is unknown. The shape of the Japanese roof tiles of an early Showa-era building our design team happened to see is boldly used for the bridge, end-piece and temples. The design source for the temples and acetate temple tips is historical American-made eyeglasses from the 60’s.