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FOLDING LORGNETTE glasses reading

The lorgnette, an elegant accessory, traces its origins back to the 18th century, embodying both function and fashion. Its invention is often credited to Englishman George Adams, enhancing the realm of visual aids with a stylish flair. Over time, the lorgnette evolved, peaking in popularity during the 19th century, where it became a symbol of sophistication and status among the elite. JAUPIN's rendition of the lorgnette, crafted in gold and diamonds, pays homage to this rich history, marrying the allure of the past with contemporary design.

A gold and diamond lorgnette that transcends mere functionality. Ingeniously designed, it seamlessly transforms into a stunning piece of jewelry once folded, reflecting the epitome of luxury and craftsmanship. This exquisite creation not only serves as a testament to JAUPIN's innovative spirit but also revives the historical elegance of the lorgnette, making it a timeless accessory for the discerning connoisseur.

Vintage lorgnette eyewear reading foldable glasses

Our creation merges artistry with unparalleled security, offering an artwork in the form of luxury eyewear that defies imitation. Equipped with a microchip, it guarantees authenticity, ensuring that each piece is an irreplaceable artifact, impossible to replicate. This fusion of innovation and exclusivity not only elevates your collection but also secures its unique legacy in the world of high-end accessories.

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Frame :

Material : White gold 18k

Lens : made to order

Eye Size : 36mm

Bridge Width : 22mm                           

Folded size : 72x27mm

Gems :

165 brilliant-cut white & black diamonds (~4.55 ct.)

Each frame is numbered and microchipped.

Limited edition.

Customisation (lens, engraving...) made to order.



If you have any questions, queries or comments, please feel free to get in touch and our team will be delighted to help you.

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