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Made in England.

Walter & Herbert, the quintessentially English eyewear brand, is extending its 20-piece optical range this month with four new ophthalmic frames.

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Walter 6. Herbert is the heritage brand from The Optoplast Actman Eyewear Company and is designed, tested and manufactured in England.

One of the new additions is the vintage-inspired, square-framed 'Turner,' featuring a metal twin bridge and metal pins. The 'Franklin' frame has a retro cat's eye shape, evoking a nostalgic 1940s feel.

Oval frame 'Townsend' (pictured above) has a dipped bridge and upswept front, whilst the skinny sides complete the 1950s Hollywood-inspired style.

Petite frame 'Beeton' has been designed to flatter all face shapes and features retro double metal pins.

www.walterandherbert.com

Keep in touch To be included in a future OT Shortlist, email deputy editor Robina Moss robinamoss@optometry.co.uk

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Title Annotation:Spectacles
Author:Moss, Robina
Publication:Optometry Today
Date:Sep 1, 2016
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