THE LAST FRONTIER IV - NATIVE AMERICAN CRAFT
The Last Frontier is a limited edition eyewear collection by Jacques Marie Mage that achieves new heights of workmanship and artistry.
Jacques Marie Mage has taken their love of the natural landscapes and folk arts of the American West and designed glasses in partnership with Native American Artisians.
Glasses are carefully created from the highest-quality plant-based acetate and feature tried and true innovations, like their unique arrow-shaped hinge system cast from sterling silver, as well as fresh takes on signature adornments, like the “Driftwood” that incorporates intricate hand-beaded temples made in collaboration with Kewa Pueblo artist Francisco Bailon.
Soft, round lens shape with oversized temples featuring exquisite, hand-beaded sleeve.
Rich as the riparian floodplains and grassland prairies, impressive as the broken mesas and high snow-capped peaks, these startling spectacles are a venerable paean to the textile arts of the American Southwest, featuring intricate hand-beaded temples made by Kewa Pueblo artist Francisco Bailon.
- Size: Medium
- Temple Length: 141mm
- Frame Total Width: 145mm
- Lens Width: 50mm
- Lens Height: 42mm
- Bridge: 23mm
HANDCRAFTED IN JAPAN
LIMITED PRODUCTION BATCH OF 65 PIECES WORLDWIDE
THIS IS PIECE 51/65
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