These glasses come from a faulty production. In contrast to our usual glasses, these have no creasing. Therefore you can not work in a glass.
This very beautifully crafted wooden frame is a replica of an original find from the 14th - 15th century, location of discovery: Bergen Op-Zoom, Netherlands.
The spectacle frame consists of two wooden parts riveted together. This manufacturing method allows the spectacles to be fanned out as desired and fits practically every nose.
The length measured from the center (rivet) to the edge of the glasses is approx. 7 cm on each side.
By the way, medieval glasses like these were not worn with temples attached to the frame as is the case today, but rather with ribbons. These can be attached to the holes in the frame and are held behind the ears.
Length (from the rivet to the edge of the frame): approx. 7 cm
thickness of the wood: approx. 5 mm
Scope of supply: 1x special item medieval glasses
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