Founded in the mountains of Cardore in 1878, Lozza is the oldest eyewear manufacturer in Italy and one of the first to craft glasses from solid acetate. This rare frame was made in 1950s and launched shortly after the more famous ‘Zilo’. Less dramatic than the ‘Zilo’, the geometric shape is balanced with a subtly curved saddle bridge and softened edges for a strong yet elegant silhouette that toes the line between nostalgia and modernity. The arm ends and front frame have been precisely shaved to a 45-degree angle at their meeting point, reducing pressure on the hinge for added longevity. This labor-intensive step, which is only possible through hand finishing, was a hallmark of well-made eyewear from the era that has been lost in modern, fully mechanized production.
Frame: Italian Acetate.
Lenses: Organic polymer lens with anti reflective back. 100% UV protection.
Origin: Veneto, Italy.
Care: Store in cool and dry place.
|Total Frame Width||145
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