gold-filled rimless frames

Rimless eyeglasses were introduced in 1880 and remained popular to the 1950s. Early rimless eyeglasses, made between 1880 and 1920 did not have nose pads. The horse was the primary means of transportation. Rimless oval shaped eyeglasses were a variant of a style called Riding Temple. Early rimless eyeglasses were designed to fit close to the face.

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Antique Rimless Spectacles
Historic Rimless Spectacles
American Optical Rimless Spectacles
Rimless Frame with Nose Pads
k4093-33
k4092-28
k4087-34
k4088-29
Rimless Frame with a Saddle Bridge
Rimless Frame by Gaspari
Rimless Frame with a Saddle Bridge
Stevens & Co Rimless Frame
3102-07
k4071-26
k4094-18
k4093-28
Historic Rimless Eyeglasses
Antique Rimless Shooting Spectacles
k4087-20
k4052-10
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Rimless Frame with a Saddle Bridge
Art Craft Rimless Eyeglasses
Antique Rimless Spectacles
k4093-02
k4092-22
k4094-17
k4092-23
Historic Rimless with a Saddle Bridge
Rimless Frame with Nose Pads
Rimless Glasses with Nose Pads
Historic Rimless Eyeglasses
k4092-33
k4093-31
k4093-25
k4093-29
Vintage Rimless Frame
Historic Rimless Eyeglasses
Rimless Frame by Shuron
Antique Rimless Eyeglasses
k4093-27
1129-30
k4092-29
k4092-32
Rimless Frame with a Saddle Bridge
Historic Rimless Spectacles
Antique Rimless Eyeglasses
k4092-30
k4092-34
2199-10

 

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