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