CM161 is one of the first wooden models we created. It is still highly required because of its special nose bridge blending cut. After cutting the frames out on a CNC machine, the frames then go through dozens of processes including hours of hand sanding in order to achieve a ‘cabinet makers’ finish. The frames are sanded using different grades of sandpaper until the frames are super smooth and ready for the lacquering process.
All our wooden glasses are also available on matt finish. Matt lacquering them means they will still be safe and protected enough to last as long as the shiny ones. Matt finish is an option for those who prefer to see and touch the originality of the wood.
Campbell Marson 202 model looks especially unique in the burl woods we select. The wood veneers for each pair of frames we manufacture are carefully selected to make sure the grain pattern is varied and exciting. In the case of ‘burr woods’, the selection process is even more stringent, with only tight grained figuration allowed.
The big size round shape is one of our famous wooden models. Especially preferred in sunglasses, the CM250 is very difficult to make because of the enormous lense form and thin detailed cut arms. Our wooden glasses are all hand sanded in our workshop in order to create the smooth finish.Top of Form
Our finest woods can be mostly shown and appreciated in big sized wooden glasses such as CM365. This model represents our vision on the eyewear fashion and that is innovation in design together with exceptional crafting and the most unique materials such are our exotic wooden species.