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Gaudi Hemp Sunglasses
GBP £145.00

World famous architect, Antoni Gaudí used hemp. In the planning of La Sagrada Familia, Gaudí hung hemp ropes attached to lead-filled sacks from the ceiling. This allowed him to reproduce the curves of the church at smaller scale. Guadí also used hemp canvas sheets to imitate the vaults and walls of church.

Gaudi is a slightly oversized panto shape with subtle keyhole bridge. Available in blue Turbine and Natural hemp fronts with lime green or teak brown lenses. Rounded features have been added at the top of the bridge and around the hinge area to add to the organic feel of the frame.

Quality Italian-made UV400 sun lenses
Choose from 2 colour combinations
Free shipping + 14 day returns
Free engraving*

WEIGHT (KG): 0.25
Clothing/Accessories category: New Clothing/Accessories
Material(s) category: Mixed materials (natural & recycled)
Materials: Hemp
Shared values: Cruelty free, Palm oil free, Plastic free, Vegan
Location: Edinburgh
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Packaging: Biodegradable/compostable packaging

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