TVR Series 1 is once again in the game. Designed and carefully shaped by master craftsmen Yamada Mitsukazu in Fukui, it has been one of the fastest best seller of TVR OPT.
Designed to have a strong character, bold and chunky the Diamond Cut featured 8mm Zylonite and pure gold plated rivets and hinges.
WHERE TO BUY
Buy on TVR OPT the Diamond Cut Series 1 eyeglasses
or buy the Diamond Cut Series 1 with sun lens at Sun Of Japan
EAST MEET WEST
The unique collection is based on an ‘east meets West’ concept where traditional Japanese handcrafted artistry meets vintage French design. TVR Serie S1 is a special collection that is patented from a TVR® archive and perfected by Yamada-san who has over 60 years of experience under his belt. This is further elevated with the skills of a master craftsman who specialises in polishing, and has over four decades of hand-made frame polishing experience.
The shape of this limited edition piece is a classical archival French vintage design from the year 1930 to 1960. it was a shape that informed the Crown Panto in the past but reimagined to its own unique character. its thickness at 8mm references French vintage fronts with 6mm temples that ensure ultimate comfort and fitting despite it being a bold eyepiece.Notice the diamond cutting technique, a 90-degree edge without curved angles, which forms the very structure of the eyepiece.
The frame fronts are also put through a special polishing process by a specialised craftsman who adds the finishing touch to each piece.The front of the frame is flat without rivet detailing to ensure a clean and minimalistic look. The thick frame is balanced with wide library temples tapering to flared tips. However, its uniqueness lies in the use of 8mm front that is perfected using the diamond cut technique. This ensures a beautifully flat bridge surface and excellently fitted temple.
Pure gold plating on seven barrel hinges also make the collection extremely luxurious, with arabesque metal detailing to enhance its overall look. The collection comes in four individual colours — Black Diamond, Sapphire Blue, Clear Crystal and Yellow Crystal — all of which are the most vintage colours ever produced in Japan.