List of products by manufacturer Oliver Goldsmith

Koko is one of Oliver Goldsmith's most popular and archetypal sunglasses models. Originally designed in 1966, the wide circular shaped temples are representative of the 1960s. Handmade by artisans in Italy using the best quality cotton acetate and fitted with high quality UVA/UVB sun protection lenses.

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380,00 €

Arguably one of the most famous sunglasses ever worn – The Manhattan is the name of the iconic sunglasses worn by Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Balck Edwards' film from the novel by Truman Capote.

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380,00 €

Señor could be the perfect pair of sunglasses…. bridging the gap perfectly between classic and contemporary, the subtle sixties styling carry it effortlessly into any twenty first century wardrobe.  Timeless, incredibly comfortable and a perfect fit, there’s barely a face they won’t compliment.

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350,00 €

The RIO was famously worn by another style icon and great supporter of the brand: Princess Diana. RIO features angled corners, a strong flat brow line and bridge cutaway. A medium sized frame that is suitable for both men and women. Designed in London and handmade in Italy using by expert craftsman using the finest cotton acetate and premium UVA / UVB sun...

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380,00 €

Big, bold and beautiful, the OG Mistinguett, originally designed in 1968 is one of the most Iconic styles in the Oliver Goldsmith archives. Handmade in Italy from the finest cotton acetate and premium UVA/UVB sun lenses as standard, this show stopper of a frame is unmistakably OG.

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380,00 €

The RIO was famously worn by another style icon and great supporter of the brand: Princess Diana. RIO features angled corners, a strong flat brow line and bridge cutaway. A medium sized frame that is suitable for both men and women. Designed in London and handmade in Italy using by expert craftsman using the finest cotton acetate and premium UVA / UVB sun...

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380,00 €

The oversized rectangular shaping of the Fuz is characteristic of the era. Designed in London during the ‘swinging sixties’ but handmade today in Italy using the finest cotton acetate and premium grade UVA/UVB sun lenses, the Fuz remains as popular today as it was back in 1966.

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380,00 €

By the 1930s, sunglasses had become truly unique. Big screen style mermaids like Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford had a huge influence on what women wore and these sunglasses pay homage to the era.Featuring large paddle temples, these frames are handcrafted in Japan in acetate and are equipped with 2 base lenses.

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385,00 €

By the 1930s, sunglasses had become truly unique. Big screen style mermaids like Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford had a huge influence on what women wore and these sunglasses pay homage to the era.Featuring large paddle temples, these frames are handcrafted in Japan in acetate and are equipped with 2 base lenses.

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385,00 €

Arguably one of the most famous sunglasses ever worn – The Manhattan is the name of the iconic sunglasses worn by Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Balck Edwards' film from the novel by Truman Capote.

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380,00 €
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