Arco Ful-Vue Tortoise Shell Windsor style spectacles 1928
Arco Ful-Vue Tortoise Shell Windsor style spectacles is a pair of Windsor style eye wear from the late 1920s. One temple piece is marked Arco Ful-Vue.
Ful-Vue was the name given by American Optical to temples that did not block one’s peripheral vision.
The underside of the bridge is marked GF Shelltex.
The right temple piece needs the optician to replace the missing screw that holds the lens in place.
It came with two lenses of plus power.