KOURAL - OYSTERS - MUSSELS – BRITTANY
Optical frame: 100% French made
Optic Glasses made in France (Frame and lenses).
High end handmade manufacturing
Recycled co-products: Oyster and mussel shells
Origin: Morbihan - Brittany
Temple lenght: 145 mm
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Availability date: 0000-00-00
THE PERLISTRENN OYSTERS
Oysters collected by the Perlistrenn association which carries a 100% Breton circular economy project to promote co-shelled products.
MUSSEL SHELLS : MUSSELLA
On the Brittany, Charente or Normandy coast, you can see at low tide surprising alignments of wooden stakes: they are mussel beds. Established since the 19th century, they produce renowned shellfish. In Pénestin in Morbihan, the Friendly Frenchy region, the pure and oxygenated waters of the Vilaine estuary ensure a quality product. Mussel farming is the most important primary economic sector of the town. With its orange-yellow flesh, it is the object of the care of about thirty companies and is distinguished by its size, its high flesh content and by its flavor particularly appreciated by insiders.Our partner Mussella is an association of producers located on the Atlantic coast. They are committed to limiting the waste of their unused marine raw materials.Today, Mussella gathers producer partners in North and South Brittany, as well as in Charente Maritime; to develop essentially mussels out of caliber.
Their vision: "To be at the origin of sustainable marine raw materials".
MATERIAL MADE IN FRANCE
The material is biosourced, recycled and recyclable. It is composed of wood cellulose and recycled shells.
We develop our own colour rendering before machining.
GLASSES MADE IN FRANCE
The production is hand made in France. It represents the excellence of French expertise in eyewear.
The result: French and responsible eyewear.
Packaging in recyclable cardboard illustrated by the Duo The Feebles.
Soft case in felt made of 100% merino wool fibers from a French " Living Patimony Company ".
Made in a penitentiary.
Recycled microfiber wipe illustrated by Breton artist Anne Rouat.
|Frame Color||Grey Oyster|