This Fall saw the launch of the second Natural Horn Collection by British brand TD Tom Davies.
Designed in London, the collection includes 4 new optical shapes and 3 new sunglasses adding to the portfolio of shapes and designs currently offered in this unique, made-to-order buffalo horn service.
The new styles, including sophisticated pantos and traditional rectangular shapes, blend classic and contemporary styling. Hand craftsmanship and high-tech production techniques are brought together to achieve new innovations in the creation of horn eyewear, including highly luxurious 7-layer designs and a number of exceptional titanium and horn combinations.
Launched in January this year, Tom Davies Natural Horn is the first service for buffalo horn eyewear that allows the client to select the pieces of horn for their frame in consultation with the optician. This allows them to find colour tones and patterns which are perfectly suited to their complexion and fashion preferences.
The service, which CEO Tom Davies describes as “beyond all expectation” includes the option to have matching cufflinks produced from the same pieces of natural horn as the frame. Each design is delivered in a personalized presentation box with a plate engraved with the customer’s name. Opticians working with TD Tom Davies Natural Horn hold a selection of high quality horn pieces to allow customers to make their choices. A totally new concept in custom-made eyewear, each frame is designed and hand-finished to exacting standards by highly skilled craftsmen in the TD Tom Davies bespoke workshops.
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