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Maison Bonnet excels in custom-made luxury eyewear

July 19, 2014 • Accessories, Fashion & Accessories

Maison Bonnet, famous French brand specialised in eyewear, created fine spectacle frames. Bolstered by its long experience in the eyewear industry, the brand offers a wide range of custom-made products manufactured following a long tradition of savoir-faire.

Bonnet, one of the first fine eyewear companies

Bonnet is first and foremost a family owned company. The brand’s history starts in 1930 under Alfred Bonnet’s initiative, an eyewear manufacturer specialised in the creation of gold and shell frames.

Later, he passed on his passion to his son, Robert who followed in his steps by creating the Maison Bonnet in 1950. The manufacture quickly distinguished itself amongst eyewear manufacturers by offering clients a large choice of luxury eyewear in shells and precious materials. These hand-made and custom glasses were mostly attractive to influential personalities of the time and were the source of the brand’s fame.

In 2000, Christian Bonnet, was left in charge of the company, and saw to the brand rewarded with the prestigious title of “Maitre d’Art”. Today, Maison Bonnet continues its journey with the same philosophy: giving clients the best high quality glasses.


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The Maison Bonnet glasses

Luxury eyewear manufacturer, Bonnet, creates custom pieces in order to provide clients with a high-quality service, elegant and comfortable models adapted to each client’s features and taste.

Visitors are asked to choose the materials and the model of their future glasses. From there on, craftsmen will produce a unique piece born from traditional techniques and a complex savoir-faire.

Measuring the client’s head and the angle of the nose, adding to this the manufacturing, 6 to 30 hours of work are needed to complete a perfect pair of glasses. Of an exceptional quality, each pair of glasses has the brand’s hallmark.


Nowadays, the brand also shows its savoir-faire through French and International exhibitions.



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