Within our huge selection of vintage dead stock eyewear, we’ve got tons of different sizes. Some are small enough for a child as young as 5 years old! To accomodate little ones’ personalities, we stock many different shapes and colours. Come on in to shop the entire kid’s collection.
Here at Opticianado we take great pleasure in fitting frames for faces of all shapes. We recently acquired some deadstock acetate frames that have larger bridges – a design feature that has been less considered in recent years. If you’re having a hard time finding larger frames or larger bridge-sized frames come on in and […]
Squint no more! Transform your glasses into sunglasses with clip ons! Along with our vintage eyewear collection, we also carry a large assortment of deadstock vintage clip ons. Come by the shop and we can help you find the perfect clip on for your frame. If our existing clip ons don’t fit your glasses perfectly, we can custom […]
In light of our recent post on Vintage Playboy Eyewear, I thought it was necessary to provide a brief history on the iconic eyewear. First of all, yes, it’s true, Playboy made eyewear! This line of eyewear was not your basic, run of the mill, mass produced sunglass collection. It is so much more than […]
New deadstock! We just received in new old-stock frames by Anglo American, a brand we absolutely adore! They have been making frames since the 1800’s, so needless to say, they know what they’re doing. These gems are from the late 1980’s, and trust assured they are worth checking out!
Within our vast collection of vintage frames, we’re proud to be carrying deadstock vintage Ralph Lauren glasses in various shapes, sizes and shades of tortoise shell.
Tons of new dead stock vintage sunglasses are trickling onto our shelves! Stop by and take a look for yourself!
Here are some more frames from our vintage collection. These “Figures Libres” are from France and have beautiful gold detailing. These classic panto and rectangular shaped frames are perfect as sunglasses and/or corrective glasses.
Vintage cat eye frames from the late 1950’s can be quite small but these vintage cat eye frames ranging from the 1970’s to 80’s are much larger and are so colourful!