Vintage Designer Sunglasses
Persol EM 633 Blue Mirror Sunglasses

Vintage Persol EM 633 sunglasses feature rare Persol blue mirror lenses in a sleek, elegant Persol interpretation of aviator sunglasses - but with unmistakable Italian design flair. The gold front frame looks great with the blue mirror mineral glass lenses, and we love the transition to matte black ear stems via the trademark arrow integrated into the gold hinge points. The highly reflective blue mirror lenses were only produced by Persol in very small quantities via a difficult and costly manufacturing process that few makers of sunglasses ever truly master. The unisex Persol EM633 frame measures approximately 5.25" temple to temple, and the lenses measure approximately 2.5" x 1.375" at the widest points and the round Persol trademark in the upper outside corners of both mineral glass lenses. The inside of one ear stem is marked Persol EM 633 56 [] 17 and the inside of the other stem is marked 145 NB Persol Made in Italy. These are authentic new old stock Persol EM 633 blue mirror sunglasses in mint, unworn condition, part of a fine collection of rare Persol sunglasses in Milan, Italy.

Item VDS1550 / Price: SOLD

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