$1200 – GOLD & WOOD B13.3 GENUINE NATURAL BUFFALO HORN EYEGLASSES FRAMES BRILLE

 (as of Mai 13, 2016, 11:06 pm)649,95 (as of Mai 13, 2016, 11:06 pm)

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 „B13“ eyeglasses in Cream and marbled satin Black genuine Buffalo Horn



Colour code: 3
Frame material: Buffalo Horn
Lens width (not inc. frame): 53mm
Lens height (not inc. frame): 30mm
Bridge width: 17mm
Temple length: 140mm
Hand made in Luxembourg



Brand new, with original hard case, cleaning cloth and gift box

Simply take these frames to your optician or send them to an online glazing company to have prescription lenses made and fitted
Alternatively, they can also be made in to (prescription or otherwise) sunglasses

These glasses currently retail for around USD $1200








All items are authentic and are typically sourced from within the EU (never from China etc.)
 
Packages
ship from Europe using a tracked airmail service, arrive in most locations Worldwide within 5-8 business days and require a signature upon delivery

Although steps are taken to minimise the chances, packages can
occasionally be liable for importion fees once they arrive in
the destination country
Although very uncommon, should this occur, these charges are the buyer’s responsibility


I
apologise for the seemingly high delivery charges but international
shipping from my location using a method that ebay/PayPal approve (i.e.
providing tracking and delivery confirmation) is unfortunately
rather expensive
Furthermore, ebay now charge sellers a sales fee on the shipping cost, not just on the item price, which must be factored in

As you may also have noticed, I no longer accept returns by default for eyewear
This
is unfortunately due to the unreliable domestic postal services where I
am located which often results in extremely delayed (4-6 weeks is not
unheard of) incoming international mail as well as higher than acceptable levels of missing or damaged packages
Furthermore
packages sent to me from abroad require me to travel to the city’s
central Post Office to provide documentation to the customs department
there indicating that the item within has in fact been returned (as
otherwise I would be incorrectly liable to pay importation tax/duty and
handling fees)
Of course, if a buyer receives an item that is damaged or genuinely incorrectly described, I certainly would not deny a return