In the early 1920’s sunglasses became widely popular, especially amongst movie stars. It’s believed that sunglasses were an accessory that helped to avoid being recognized by their fans, but some speculate that they were used to hide their red eyes caused by powerful arc lamps on set during film shoots. . .
. . .or maybe their eyes were red from too much fun the night before?
1.25" Gold + White + Black Enamel Pin, limited edition.
Pin back is a short stick-pin with secure metal clasp.
Comes on a 4x6 patterned card, sealed in a clear sleeve.
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