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Herbrand’s circular lens shape is ideal for offsetting angular face types. The Herbrand features a keyhole bridge, sitting on the sides of the upper nose, making it suited to people with flatter nose bridges.
Herbrand is named after Herbrand Street, near to King’s Cross, London. Herbrand Street runs alongside Tavistock Place and Tavistock Square, an area developed by Thomas Cubitt. The street houses The Horse Hospital, built in 1797, as well as London’s first Ambulance Station which dates back to 1915. Also located on Herbrand Street is the former Daimler car garage designed in 1931 by Wallis Gilbert & Partners, one of the finest pieces of Art Deco design in London.
Our frames are made in the traditional way, and go through fifty crafted stages of production over a period of six weeks including four separate stages of polishing to ensure a glorious lustre. Most of our frames are constructed with custom Cubitts pins that secure right through the acetate — this is called pin drilling. This process is done by hand and takes more time and skill, but means hinges can be easily maintained.
We offer a wide range of prescription lenses, including single vision lenses, higher indexes for stronger prescription, and progressives. Our sunglass offer full category 7, UV400 protection, including polarised lenses and Zeiss mirrors.
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