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Vintage 1980s Givenchy Round Designer Tortoise Shell Glasses Frames

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This is a nice pair of vintage 1980s era Givenchy Glasses frames. They come in a tortoise shell colored frame. The lenses are tinted prescription bifocal lenses. The lenses are scratched as well. I am leaving the lenses in tact, so that you can choose whether you want to put your own clear, prescription, or sunglasses lenses in these frames. The Givenchy logo is on the side of each ear piece, and is also written on the inside of one of the ear pieces. " Unico Frame France" is also written on the inside of the other ear piece. The Givenchy writing shows some minor wear, but as a whole, the frames themselves are in really nice shape. The ear pieces are a bit loose, so you may want to have them tightened/adjusted, **and are priced accordingly. Please be sure and check the measurements before buying and let me know if you have any questions! I'd be happy to help. Thanks for looking! :)

-MEASUREMENTS-
Width-5.5 inches or 14 cm
Height-2.25 inches or 5.7 cm
Length (Front to the fold of the ear piece) 4 inches or 10.2 cm
Nose width at the TOP- 0.5 inches or 1.3 cm
Nose width at the BASE-1 inch or 2.5 cm

***NOTE I can't GUARANTEE the authenticity of these glasses, as they was purchased second hand. However, I DO believe they are authentic, but if you have any specific questions, please be sure and ask me. I want happy customers! Thanks again! :)

Vintage 1980s Givenchy Round Designer Tortoise Shell Glasses Frames


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  • Vintage item from the 1980s
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