Luxurious gold eyeglasses

May 31st, 2010 by Connie Robertson Leave a reply »

A single pair of eyeglasses for vision correction involves many aspects, like frame style, color, material and lens material as well as specific power. People who use prescription eyeglasses on a regular basis know more or less these factors and always pay much attention to them when it is the time to buy a new pair. In fact, only the lens power is strictly determined by an eye optician or doctor. All the other factors can be determined by the buyer. It depends on wholly personal taste to choose a green pair or a yellow pair. It is also an individual decision to select a plastic pair of a metal pair. The current eyewear market is filled with a wide variety of basic styles and countless models. People with a vision problem are needless to worry the appearance of eyewear. It is always possible to find an attractive pair which is made of precise lens fitting. Among all eyewear models, gold eyeglasses are quite particular because of the precious material they use.

Gold prescription eyeglasses refer to spectacles that have gold frames. Many people may have never imagined that eyeglass frames can be made of gold. Yes, it is true that the eyewear industry also tries hard to meet the unusual needs of the wealth. Gold eyeglasses are the exact testimony. People with certain knowledge of gold will probably know that there are different types of gold, like 12k gold and 14k gold. Eyeglass frames are also manufactured by designer brands in similar types. They include 12k gold frames, 14k gold plated frames and 14k gold filled frames. To achieve an extreme luxury, some manufacturers even offer 18k gold eyewear frames. In addition to material variations, gold spectacles are currently provided in most of the regular shapes such as round and oval. Buyers are able to buy gold eyeglass frames with or without nose pads.

In fact, gold eyeglasses are not the only luxurious member in the eyewear family. Silver eyeglasses are more widely available and popular among the public. Gold and silver are both unusual materials in the eyewear industry, similar to wood, animal bone, buffalo horn, leather and precious stones.


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