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Check out our kool web kustomers!
By sending us their photo in their klasik.org frames,
they qualified for a 10% discount on their next pair.



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Dominique from Irchenrieth, Germany visited us a couple of years ago when she bought the pair she's
modelling on our home page. This time she opted for a 1960's upswept diamanté frame Made in France.
Hope to see you again soon! (August, 2018)
Romy from Irchenrieth, Germany visited us in Old Spitalfields Market and decided this 1980's pair by
German frame makers, Marwitz, was just for her - and we agreed. Looks great, Romy - and thanks for
the photos!
Stephen visited us in Old Spitalfields Market, found this 1960's frame Made in England and had us
fit his lenses and post to him in Paris, France from where he swiftly sent us his Happy Kustomer photo.
Thanks again, Stephen.
Bingyuan has been living in London, visiting from China. Luckily for her, she found us at Old Spitalfields
Antique and Flea Market on Thursdays, and also found this 1980's frame, Made in England. We had
Bingyuan's lenses fitted and in return she kindly sent us her photo. Thanks, Bingyuan! (May, 2018)
Cecily from Margate is a previous customer at our stall at Old Spitalfields Market and of course came
back to us for her new glasses. And sent us this selfie: this time, 1960's by Helmecke, Germany.
Thanks, Cecily!
Stuey is a professional photographer - and it shows! He just sent us this fab photo from Farnham, England
after receiving his new glasses, 1950's/60's Made in England. "Fabulous! Love them. Thanks", he says.
Thank you, Stuey - come and see us again. (Sept, 2017)
Valerie from Baden, Switzerland searched Europe for her first pair of glasses and found her perfect pair at
our stall at the Spitalfields Style Market on Saturdays. "Happy me, I just received the beautiful glasses!!!
thank you very much, I definitely would recommend you! Greetings, Valerie"
Thank you, Valerie!
1960's Made in England
Sally from Michigan, USA visited us at our stall over this last weekend, bought a 2nd pair and promptly sent us
this great photo of her in her last pair in her home town of Big Rapids. Of course, Sally qualified for 10% off the
frame price for allowing us to put her photo on these pages - nice to see you again, Sally! The glasses are
1960's, Made in England. (April, 2017)
Here's Dameion from New York City again, this time in the ultra rare 1980's Cazal 634 that he bought last year.
Dameion was so happy to receive the 163s (see below) that he also sent us these photos of his previous purchase.
Thanks, Dameion!
Dameion from New York City had to wait an angonisingly long time to receive his 1980's Cazal 163 frame as they went
missing for 7 weeks in the postal system. We don't know who to blame, Royal Mail or USPS, but at least the did arrive:
for a while there we thought they were lost. Dameion promptly cut and fitted his own lenses from what looks to be original
Cazal blanks.
Jacqui from Liverpool bought this translucent grey 1960's frame by American Optical last year on a visit to
London and we happily had her lenses fitted. Jacqui promptly sent us this glam photo and we promptly lost it.
Sorry Jacqui! Thanks again and see you soon. (photo taken March 2016)
Hannah from London found this fab frame on our stall and had us fit it with her choice of lenses. Hannah then sent us these
kind words with this photo: "I'm still going strong with my frames and thought I'd share a picture! We've had such incredible times
around the world together.Thanks so much for the best pair of glasses I've ever had!"

The glasses are 1970's by American Optical.
1970s American Optical
Claire from Leeds visited our stall on a Saturday when we're next door at the Spitalfields Saturday Style Market and pounced
on this late 50's/early 60's frame Made in England. After we'd fitted her lenses she sent us this fab glam photo - thanks,
Claire! (Oct. 2015)
Angela from Edinburgh used to visit us all the time when she lived down south, but since she's moved back to Scotland we
only occasionally see her. But she kindly sent us a photo of her favourite pair she bought from us a while ago into which we
fitted her lenses. From memory they are French and look to be from the mid-1960's. See you soon, Angela!
1970s Safilo Italy
Berry from The Netherlands had been looking for a pair like this for ages until he passed our stall at Old Spitalfields Market and
found this 1960's frame by Algha into which he asked us to fit his lenses. And when they landed on the continent, Berry emailed
us this great photo.
Anita from San Diego was a regular at our stall at Old Spitalfields Market until she went back to live in her home state of California -
but she kindly sent us these super snaps of her latest purchases - this pair an early 1970's shape from Italian company, Safilo.
Thanks, Anita! (June, 2015)
1970s Safilo Italy
John from Connecticut, USA bought our 1970's Ray-Ban Vagabond, Olympics Edition, to replace a
pair he bought back in 1976. He very kindly sent us this photo of him wearing them back in the day. This
one he eventually sold to - wait for it - King Khalid of Saudi Arabia for $500, "...an offer I could not refuse..."
He was happy to find an identical pair on our website adding, "...I'm holding on to these!"
1950s Imperial USA
Stephen from Northhants also visited our stall at Old Spitalfields Market and found this 1980's frame by
Anglo American into which he asked us to fit his lenses. And Stephen very kindly sent us his photo in front
of his1960's S2. I bet you're jealous! But don't worry, we might find another frame like this again, just keep
checking the web site. Nice Bentley, too. Thanks, Stephen!
Tony from London asked us to bring this 1950's pair from the website (by Imperial, USA, original grey
glass lenses) down to our Sunday stall to try on. As you can see, it suited him fine, he bought it
immediately and posed for a photo. Cheers, Tony. (May, 2014)
1950s Imperial USA
Regular customer Amy from Cambridgeshire (see earlier photo on these pages) this time went for a
Nylon Supra cat-eye from Michael Birch. Perhaps Amy was tempted by Birch's name for this pair,
Mischief, one of his most popular designs. Said Amy, "I love my new glasses!"

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