Some #history about them : they are dated to have been made within the late 18th century. These steel frames are made with sliding temples (arms) , a C-bridge (also called an American nose bridge) , recessed screws in the double hinges on either side of the original glass lenses and came with an steel coffin shaped #eyewear case (not shown)
This #wriststrap is made to loop several times around the wrist and loop under itself to tighten the #leather to the wrist, holding it in place. Two points of hardware are covered by a layer of strap underneath the watch #movement . See more of my accessory ideas at #AtticRaiders .
Cleaned and transformed into a new pair of #eyewear, these #spectacles are fully #UVA/UVB rated for #outdoor use and come with a #vintage aluminum case, linned with kid leather and the original vintage cleaning cloth.
Ill have these in my #etsy#shop this month but serious inquiries can request about them in advance.