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1970's and 80's frames are back.
These are vintage 1980's,
by Colors In Optics, Stanford Hutton,
an optical eyeglass frame company that has been around since the 1970's.
They are currently re-issuing their vintage frames, into today's eyewear market.
I would know, because I am an authorized retailer for their current line,
Hand made in the USA.
Frames are previously owned,
in excellent condition.

No lenses.
Firm 5 barrel hinges.
Polished, cleaned, straightened,
and ready for your prescription.
Great size for prescription sunnies.

Great for larger keppies.. the temples are 6" long, frame is 5 1/2" wide :)

Aprox. Ophthalmic measurements as follows:

Frames measure 5 1/2" across, tip to tip ( about 146mm).
Bridge DBL (distance between lenses) is 23mm.
Distance between the keyhole bridge space is about 15mm.
Lens width is (2") 50mm.
Lens height is (1 7/8") 49mm.
The lenses are almost round.
Above lens and bridge measurements taken across the center of the frame.

Inside hinge to hinge is 5 1/4".
Temple length is (6") 150mm, from hinge to end, including ear curve..
Pupil to pupil distance is (2 7/8") 73mm.

Generally, full round horn specs look good on oval, long faces, like mine,
though these are too large for me.
I'm the gal in the photo.
I do better with peabody frames measuring 5" across.

Back to my Etsy Front Page for more unusual obsessions:
and then click on the 'Eyewear' category on the left hand side,
if you want to see more specs :)

Please make sure your optician will happily fill your prescription, with frames you walk in with. I guarantee that my frames are optical quality.
Online lens replacement labs are generally cheaper than brick and mortar eyeglass chain stores when it comes to filling your prescription.

Kindly read my eyewear guide, under my shop policies, or follow this link.

These frames are great quality, and feel good in your hands, comfortable, and are higher end acetates, that any optican would love to fill with a sunglass prescription, or your clear, everyday prescription. These would likely sell for about $285 in an optical shop if these were in Colors in Optics line. These are not in CIO's current line. These are vintage.

Comes with a protective case. REMEMBER~ Measure your own frames, and compare to my measurements for a sure fit, cause not all heads/eyeglasses are the same size :-))

I realize the difficulty of buying eyewear online. I am happy to model any pair, and give you some guidance. My vintage eyewear is returnable within 7 days of receipt.

Your Homework assignment is:
Ask for photographs of me wearing them, (if necessary).
Please measure a pair of your own frames, to see if these will fit you,
as not all heads are the same size.
Print out this listing, and make sure your optician will put lenses into frames that you walk into their establishment with. Many are not taking kindly to this, as they will tell you just about anything, to get you to buy their own frames.
If they tell you that they cannot do it, take these babes elsewhere, or send them to an online optical lab. Many online places will happily do it for less.

I have a second business on the internet, selling reading glasses, and eyeglass frames, for 10 years, and I have heard it all, seen it all.

Kindly read my store policies, as there may be information there, that pertains to your order.
Domestic shipping includes delivery confirmation.
International buyers welcome....
convo me for a shipping quote to your country.

80's Colors in Optics Oversized Peabody Pink Pearlized Eyeglass Frames USA


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: acetate
  • Only ships within United States.
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