gold-filled oxfords

The Oxford style was invented by a professor at Oxford University in the late 1800s when he had nose pads added to his Lorgnettes. The first Oxfords were simply modified Lorgnettes. The style became popular and examples were made by most optical manufacturers. The most common Oxfords are gold-filled. Other materials used were gold and silver.

White Gold-Filled Oxford Frame
White Gold-Filled Oxford Frame
White Gold-Filled Oxford Eyeglasses
White Gold-Filled Oxford
2176-26
k4043-22
2176-18
2176-19
White Gold Filled Oxford Eyeglasses
Antique Oxford Spectacles
Antique Oxford Spectacles
White Gold-Filled Oxford Frame
2289-23
k4094-32
3112-11
3135-27
Yellow Gold-Filled Oxford Frame
Vintage Oxford Spectacles
Antique Oxford Spectacles
Antique Gold-Filled Oxford
3135-17
k4080-19
2289-29
2289-30
Antique Oxford Spectacles
White Gold and White Gold Filled Oxford eyeglasses
White Gold-Filled Oxford
Antique Oxford Spectacles
2176-22
2176-25
2176-23
2176-21
Antique Oxford Spectacles
Antique Oxford Spectacles
Oxford Spectacles by T&P
White Gold Oxford Frame
k4042-29
2176-24
2193-22
2113-05
Victorian Era Spectacle Chain
Eyeglass Accessory Cord
k4042-16
3141-25

 

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