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Design your own wooden frames from new Italian designer FEB31st

Design your own wooden frames from new Italian designer FEB31st

Posted on 27th April 2017

Customised, wooden, hand-crafted, unique. Welcome to our new designer FEB31st.

And when we say ‘unique’ we mean, totally unique. No pair is the same. They are hand-carved from real wood so you will never find two pairs the same. No individual is the same so why shouldn’t you have the glasses which are equally unique?

Customised wooden frames

Made from FSC ecologically harvested wood from a range of species, you have the opportunity to personalise further, choosing your own colour and adding your name if you choose. They are Italian made and you can tell. Beautifully styled, lightweight, sleek. And they are hardy frames, having already survived what nature has thrown at their raw materials.

Made entirely in Italy and we love that 75% of Feb31st employees are skilled craftsmen or manual workers. We have so much respect for this brand. Everything it stands for and everything it produces. We feel proud to stock it and proud to wear it.

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Love what you read? Check out this video to see how they are made, then pop in to design your own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIspvDuo_n0

We stock a range of truly unique designers, many exclusively in Scotland. We are open Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm so please do pop in to browse and our experts can provide invaluable advice. Other designers we’re proud to stock include Anne et Valentin, SALT, Lindberg, Etnia and BBig.

  

 


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