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From Sea to Shining Sea, These 9 Made-in-America Eyeglasses Have Patients Covered

They hail from Brooklyn to Seattle and points in-between.

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SHWOOD eyeglasses

Shwood

The new handmade Sea collection from the Stabilized series includes the Canby. High-pressure resin casting and handmade processing combine each unique genuine seashell exterior with acetate and a walnut interior.

(503) 389-1613, shwoodshop.com

$395

Shuron eyeglasses

Shuron

Made with zylonite, Monel and stainless steel, the Ronsir is a recreation of the style of the same name that was originally released in 1947.

(800) 242-3636, shuron.com

Price upon request

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NW77TH eyeglasses

NW77TH

A bold, acetate brow defines the Vest, a handcrafted combination frame.

(800) 997-5101, nw77th.com

$259

Lowercase NYC eyeglasses

Lowercase NYC

Named after a late 19th-century New York newspaper, the Atlas is an acetate frame that offers a hard, thick brow and is made at the company’s Brooklyn Army Terminal workshop.

(212) 510-7621, mlowercasenyc.co

$350

Spectaculars eyeglasses

Spectaculars

The Stewart, a cellulose acetate rounded square shape, offers a nod to designs of years gone by. The handmade, biodegradable frame features the brand’s signature pin-rivet hinge construction.

spectaculars.us

$270

iGreen eyeglasses

iGreen

The lightweight IG4.122 is handmade in the U.S. for comfort and sustainability, using bio-based materials.

thema-optical.com

Price upon request

North Point Eyewear eyeglasses

North Point Eyewear

With styles named for Pittsburgh neighborhoods, the brand’s launch collection includes the Elliott, which features a keyhole bridge.

northpointeyewear.com

$299

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Kala eyeglasses

Kala X Eyes on Fremont

Created in collaboration with the team at Seattle’s Eyes on Fremont, the Morgan Fremont is a twist on Kala’s classic Morgan.

kalaeyewear.com

$275

Modo eyeglasses

Modo

Part of the Brooklyn Made collection, which is indeed made in Brooklyn, the Ainslie is a subtle cat-eye frame with acetate-covered titanium temples.

modo.com

$315

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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