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The Danish royal family, politicians, business tycoons, and high-profile celebrities are your typical LINDBERG customers. With 53 design awards including the prestigious Silmo Gold award, this award-winning Danish company is undoubtedly the best of the best.
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Alternatively, please contact us on 0203 441 1955 or click here to talk to our optical advisor who will be happy to help you with further information on LINDBERG frames or to book an appointment in our store.
Prices start from £375
In 1969, Hanne and Paul Lindberg established LINDBERG Optik in Denmark. Their innovative designs and genius ideas brought them a lot of fame and success.
They were the inventors of the first Air Titanium frames which resulted in a revolutionary change in the eyewear industry. The Air Titanium frames were made to be incredibly versatile; meaning it can be adjusted specifically to the user requirements. It’s also incredibly lightweight and extremely strong, so investing in LINDBERG glasses are most definitely a benefit. The company’s biggest achievement was being granted the royal warrant by the Danish court. HM Queen Margethe II of Denmark and HRH Henrik of Denmark are usually seen wearing of the LINDBERG Air Titanium frames.
Every frame made by the company is created by hand and can be customised to best accentuate the wearer’s facial features. LINDBERG offers high-end luxury eyewear combined with simplistic beauty. Their craftsmanship is unmatched by any of the existing brands today.
The LINDBERG Precious Collection is an exquisite, rare, and exclusive collection. It consists of some of the finest, exclusive materials sourced from the world. In December 2011, the collection was showcased in India. The pieces from the collection are typically made from 24 carat solid gold and encrusted with dazzling diamonds, or made using organic materials such as buffalo horn, mammoth tusk and musk ox.
However it was LINDBERG's “The Eye” model that stole the limelight. “The Eye” was created by using 18 princess cut diamonds and one rose-cut diamond as the centrepiece. This is the most expensive piece in the collection. Due to its extreme exclusivity, the Precious collection is only available at a specially-selected stores across the world.