Glasses, also known as eyeglasses or spectacles, are devices consisting of glass or hard plastic lenses mounted in a frame that holds them in front of a person's eyes, typically using a bridge over the nose and arms which rest over the ears.
Eyeglasses that are designed and produced to look trendy would be considered fashion eyeglasses. They are stylish rather than basic.
Who invented eyeglasses? Great question, but unfortunately we don't have the answer.
While there is no solid evidence as to who the initial inventor was, it wouldn't be surprising if corrective lenses were “invented” multiple times throughout history until a point where the technology was finally passed down throughout multiple generations, eventually reaching the modern era. Many speculate that eyeglasses are almost as old an invention as written history itself, while others take a more conservative belief that eyeglasses were initially invented in the dark ages around 1200-1300 a.d.
How were eyeglasses made?
The frame which usually conveys fashion, and the lenses which perform the task of refracting light. The earliest spectacles were produced by glaziers in Venice, Italy. Lenses in these first eyeglasses were made from quartz or rock crystal and produced by gold craftsmen.
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