Erkers1879 Launches Their First Titanium Eyeglasses

Erkers1879, a luxury brand of handcrafted eyewear, is thrilled to announce the addition of two titanium eyeglass models with a range of timeless color options, the first titanium products released from the heritage brand since their inception 144 years ago.

The two models, Castle Point and Lakeshire were both designed with biodegradable cellulose acetate fronts and slim titanium temples with a subtle cross-hatch design adorning the exterior. Both eyeglass models come in four colors true to the traditional subdued-modern palette of the brand. The year of their inception can be found lightly etched on the left temple tip of each frame, in addition to the letter “V” on the right to signify the Roman Numeral V collection. Honoring their rich history in St. Louis, Mo, both eyeglass models are named after areas throughout the city.

Erkers1879 CastlePoint_
CastlePoint_

Castle Point features a round shape with soft edges, making for a sleek but sturdy design. The lightweight feel paired with a saddle bridge ensures ultimate comfort when wearing this frame. Its classic colors, Navy, Smoke, Purple Fade, and Tort, balance the modern titanium temples for a timeless look that will never go out of style.

Erkers 1879 Lakeshire
Lakeshire

Lakeshire, designed with a traditional rectangular shape, is free of frills for a look of sophistication and class. This masculine frame comes in two classic colors from the brand, Crystal and Brown Fade, as well as two brand new color blends, Graphite and Shiny Fern. Like Castle Point, Lakeshire features soft edges and a saddle bridge.

Find Erkers1879 at Vision Expo East Booth #U1521 to see the frames in person. Book an appointment by visiting www.studiooptyx.com/appointments

About Erkers1879

Erkers1879 is a family-owned heritage brand of premium, handcrafted eyewear. Based in St. Louis, Erkers1879 has been a leader within the optical industry for over 144 years, dedicated to the craft of beautiful, high-quality eyewear. At the start, the Erkers were known for making anything with a lens, though they later turned their focus toward eyewear. The company is now run by the 5th generation of Erkers, Jack III and Tony Erker.

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