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Vintage Eyeglass Frame Repair

Repairing or restoring vintage eyewear is becoming more popular as antique eyewear continues to grow in interest and collectability. The prominent display of vintage eyeglasses in several period films as well as futuristic dramas such as “The Matrix” have generated an upsurge of interest by collectors. Visit our Facebook page to see more examples of our work. Facebook Testimonials

Reliable Eyeglass Frame Repair of your Ray Ban Aviators and Beyond

FrameFixers.com is one of a limited number of remaining vintage eyewear frame repair facilities that provides complete repair, refurbishing and replacement parts to the vintage eye wear community.

We can repair any eyeglass frame from highly ornate and delicate rimmed glasses of the turn of the century to Ray Ban “Shooters” and “Aviator” frames of the seventies. We repair broken frames, spring hinge assemblies, nose pad stalks, or cable temples (bows).

Years of expertise to make your vintage eyeglass frames as good as new

We expertly color match the original frame enamels, gold and silver-plating of surfaces and the replacement of eyeglass nose pads, screw, and any other non-lens components. Some collectors of vintage frames boast of collections literally in the thousands and keep restoration facilities like Frame Fixers, seeking far and wide for vintage stores of parts to satisfy their highly particular clientele.

Restoration of Vintage Eyewear

Vintage eyewear has been growing in interest and collectability. The prominent display of vintage era eyewear in several period films as well as futuristic dramas such as “The Matrix” have generated an upsurge of interest in collectors.

FrameFixers.com is one of a limited number of remaining vintage eyeglass frame restoration facilities that provides complete repair, refurbishing and parts to the vintage eye wear community.

Any vintage frame from the highly ornate and delicate rimmed glasses of the the turn of the century to the robust Ray Ban “Shooters” and “Aviator” frames of the seventies can be repaired at a break in the frame, hinge assembly or nose pad stalks. These repairs are followed by expert color matching of original enamels, gold and silver plating of surfaces and the replacement of nose pads, screw, and any other non-lens components.

Some collectors of vintage frames boast collections literally in the thousands and keep restoration facilities such as FrameFixers.com seeking far and wide for vintage stores of parts to satisfy their highly particular clientele.

Need your glasses repaired?

I can help: click here to ship your broken glasses or call 1-866-FRAME-FX.

I’ll fix them and get them back to you in no time!