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Our Philadelphia showroom carries the complete line of sunglasses and glasses.
PHILLY EYEWORKS SHOWROOM
131 S. 18th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
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The Liberty Bell may or may not have been rung on July 4, 1776 to signify that the colonies had declared their independence from England. Some say that it was rung that fateful day, and some say it wasn’t. Regardless, the Declaration of Independence did not signify unity between the colonies. They basically disagreed over everything and had no problem engaging in heated arguments with each other. As we are all well aware, “they” still cannot agree on things and “they” still have no problem engaging in heated arguments with each other. We apparently do not dispatch our most intelligent people to attend to matters of state. There are no heated disagreements when it comes to the Liberty Bell from Philly EyeWorks; everyone loves it. A classic teardrop or schoolboy shape, the Liberty Bell is a bona fide winner, working well for the most intelligent men and women with smaller to average size faces.
All frames are sandblasted, hand dyed, and finished at our workshop in Philly.
Liberty Bell is available in 17 front colors, 11 side colors, and 2 finishes (matte or polish).