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rimless frames with nose pads

Rimless eyeglasses were introduced in 1880 and remained popular to the 1950s. Early rimless eyeglasses, made between 1880 and 1920 did not have nose pads. The horse was the primary means of transportation. Rimless oval shaped eyeglasses were a variant of a style called Riding Temple. Early rimless eyeglasses were designed to fit close to the face.

Rimless eyeglasses with nose pad was introduced in 1921. The nose pad allowed the lens to set further away from the face. Also, frames could be made larger because less people were using a horse for primary transportation.

Yellow
Bausch & Lomb Rimless Frame
Rimless Frame with Nose Pads
Rimless Frame by Universal
Historic Rimless Spectacles
k4098-07
3100-44
k4099-21
3100-42

 

 

 

White
White Gold-Filled Rimless Frame
Antique Rimless Spectacles
Rimless Glasses with Nose Pads
Historic 1930s Rimless Glasses
3101-38
k4086-15
3101-37
k4096-10
Unique Rimless Eyeglasses
Historic Rimless Eyeglasses
1940s Rimless Eyeglasses
Rimless American Optical Eyeglasses
3100-36
k4096-03
3100-60
3100-49
Rimless Glasses by Universal
Historic Rimless Spectacles
Rimless Frame by Universal
Historic Rimless Eyeglasses
3100-47
3100-46
3100-39
k4096-08
White Gold-Filled Rimless Glasses
Historic Rimless Spectacles
3101-41
3100-37

 

 

 

Misc.
Retro Rimless Missoni Frame
Titanium Rimless Spectacles
Rimless Spex Appeal Eyeglasses
Retro Rimless Eyeglasses
3103-27
pe186
sa104
sa105
Rimless Frame by Spex Appeal
Retro Rimless Frame with Nose Pads
sa106
2278-21
       
       
       
       

 

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