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Anglo American Sunglasses

Anglo American Optical sunglasses come from one of the world's oldest sunglasses companies. With manufacturing facilities in England, Anglo American sunglasses are made with the best quality italian zyl made by Mazzucchelli, the maker of the world's finest optical plastics. Anglo American Optical Company LTD was founded in London in 1882, with over 120 years of frame making experience. Anglo American prides myselves on manufacturing the highest quality zyl acetate eyewear frames in the industry. Anglo American started producing frames by hand and have perfected it to an art form.  All Anglo American glasses and most Anglo American sunglasses can be customized with prescription lenses, just like all of our glasses and sunglasses.  Get a $30 lens credit when you have lenses installed in Anglo American frames - Use this discount code:  $nglo30 ...Read More

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The Anglo American Eyewear brand plays a unique role within the eyewear industry. In fact, the brand’s unique history provides evidence of the importance of this manufacturer.

The Anglo American Optical Company began operations in 1882 in London, England. From the start, the pride of the company lay in its claim of being the highest quality providers of Zyl eyewear in the market. The company travels all around the world in order to find the right material for its products.

Each frame in Anglo American collection represents this commitment to quality. As an example, the AA400 eyeglasses use this high quality material. The model is made with Mazzucchelli Zyl, and features 7 different colors and 2 sizes.

The AA400 is a classic English design and Anglo American eyewear absolutely captures the true sentiment that the designer had in mind. It is evident that the company has knowledge on world colors when one looks at the versatility on the products. Take a look at the AA288 model, is also unisex model designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom, but with feminine overtones.