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Olivia, (Bling) Women Reading Glasses Adorned with (Full Top) (Clear) Genuine European Crystals. (Black, Grey) Square, NY fifth avenue.

Original price ¥4,900 - Original price ¥4,900
Original price
¥4,900 - ¥4,900
Current price ¥4,900

Distortion Free - Optical Quality with Distortion-Free Lenses: The magnification is Uniformly distributed throughout the entire lens.

Scratch Resistance Lenses. - Dual Anti-Scratch coating applied to The lenses for extra protection.

Flexible Material - Made with High-Quality ZYL, which makes them extremely lightweight and Very Durable.

Spring Temple - Adds comfort while wearing, And Increases Durability.

Optical Quality Lens and Frame - Which put them on the top of the list of the Best Value Reading Glasses.

Unique Style - Latest Fashion Design.

Soft Matching case- Matching Case Included.

International packages will be shipped First Class International Mail which can take from 2-6 weeks to receive (With COVID Shipping disturbance, it may take another extra week). Please be patient when ordering to receive your item and note that there might be VAT OR CUSTOMS CHARGES that may apply upon receipt of the order which the customer is solely responsible for.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Janine Gleichner
I truly love this company. Love them so mu...

I truly love this company. Love them so much I have ordered almost 10 different glasses. I love the variety and the gem work. Of all the pairs i have only lost one tiny stone in the front of my favorite pair. They hold up very well and the presentation is on the high end. Sent several people to the company. Will be looking forward to adding more to my wardrobe.

Larry Bednar
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Stacie Sanford
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Matthew Reilly
Glasses are fine. Shipping was a ridiculou...

Glasses are fine. Shipping was a ridiculous saga but it was the us mails fault