Superlight Glasses From Venice

A young Italian firm by the name of ArteVedo, established in 2000 by a Venetian optician, Roberto Carlon, is doing extremely well with its concept of superlight eyewear called Micromega, patented for Europe, China and the USA. The glasses are almost entirely handcrafted, with beta titanium frames and no soldering ...

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