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Stiglmaier Optical (47-22-145) (wood) (ebony)
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Stiglmaier Optical (47-22-145) (wood) (ebony)

This Frame is available exclusively at specialist stores
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  • Handmade glasses made of natural wood
  • 12 to 20-layer ebony veneer wood
  • Adjustable acetate-temple-ear-tips
  • Spring hinges by OBE
  • Due to the unique colour and grain of wood every pair is one of a kind
  • Incl. exclusive folding case
  • Incl. microfibre cloth
  • ADJUSTABLE
    FLEXFRAME
    OBE
    OPTICAL

size

overall width
134 mm overall width
temple legth
145 mm temple legth
lens height / lens length
43 mm lens height
47 mm lens length
bridge distance
22 mm bridge distance

about

Johann Baptist Stilmaier was very known – beyond München’s city boarders – as an artist

in the 19th century.

His achievements inspired the city fathers to name a square at the heart of München after him. And we ourselves were enthused by his life and arts.

This makes our model STIGLMAIER an homage to the art of the past, the present and the future in general and to the competence in style in particular.

Ebony and Ivory, a pairing which even has its own song – that‘s how valuable the wood from the Diospyros tree, from which ebony is harvested, is. As far back as ancient Egypt the wood, which mainly came from East India or Africa and is very dense (making it more durable), has been treated with reverence.

Although we only use small quantities of ebony obtained from furniture manufacturers unable to use it due to the size, we take care that it is all procured in areas where the trees are not endangered.

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Stiglmaier Optical (47-22-145) (wood) (ebony)
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Stiglmaier Optical (47-22-145) (wood) (ebony)
size: 47-22-145
color: ebony

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