Iron framed spectacles

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Iron framed spectacles
Extending spectacles cased England 1790-1793.jpg
A pair of spectacles worn on the face. Their frame is of a sturdy iron make and the lenses are clear and rounded.
Clothing
Categorymasks
Typemiscellaneous clothing
Time2 day(s)
Resources60 grams of iron
Objects2 lens
Toolsfile
pair of pliers
Machinesnone

Description: A pair of spectacles worn on the face. Their frame is of a sturdy iron make and the lenses are clear and rounded.

See also iron monocle, tortoiseshell framed eyeglasses or silver framed spectacles.