With mass production and a general lack of technique prevalent in the eyewear industry, Lewis Fredericks draws on the rich history of eyewear’s past, utilising horn, polarised lenses and expert hand craftsmanship.
Horn is a totally sustainable, natural, lightweight and durable material. The fibre of horn has properties that make it superior to any synthetic.
The collection is available custom made with a selection of frames, finishes and lenses available. This includes optical. Each frame is unique and will gently flex and mould to the contours of the wearer’s face.
If you are seeking a unique bespoke eyewear option at an accessible price look no further.
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