Belgian eyewear company Goldson Glasses, through its founder Arnaud Eubelen, has debuted an artisanal eyewear collection that is completely out of the box. All of the styles are wholly handmade without the use of two common elements: glue and screws. Instead these new age sunglasses are made up of three simple components: wood, brass, and glass.
The unique wire hinge at the temple permits the frames to fold up without the extra gadgetry. The ever light wire arms also allows a secure and comfortable fit for the frame wearer.
Modern frame shapes and mixed lens tones give the glasses a contemporary look, as opposed to something you’d make in crafts class. Hook, line, and sinker there is not a shadow of a doubt these earthy sunglasses have been crafted with thoughtfulness and extreme care.