If you’ve ever needed reading glasses, you know that you can often find fun and funky readers with unusual patterns and multicolors. I love my little readers, because they express my feisty personality. But I wanted to find regular prescription eyeglass frames that were fun and multicolored, too. There weren’t many to be found.
Then I discovered Ronit Furst.
These fabulous frames are hand painted with all kinds of colors from the rainbow with different patterns and combinations that will get the wearers noticed and complimented everywhere they go.
The designer, Ronit Furst, is an artist who has been working in ceramics and crockery since 1986. Her artwork and sculpture has made her a household name in Israel and internationally recognized as well.
In 2002, she turned her talents to creating wonderful, hand painted optical frames. Each frame is individually hand painted and a unique work of art in itself.
Both women and men will find an assortment of colors and styles sure to have people remembering your eyes… and you!
Ronit Furst frames express your individuality, show your mood, and reflect your personality. So have some fun and wear some art!
They say “The eyes are the windows to your soul” and now you can frame them with joyful, vibrant eyewear that shows off your personality, style, and oh-such-fun-colors.
These delightful frames are sold at various optical boutiques throughout North America, Israel, Europe, Australia, and South Africa.
I visited “The Eyes Have It” on Ventura Blvd in Studio City, CA where they carry Ronit Furst. Owner Bernie Gold told me, “Women love the fact that each of the frames is different. Even if they have other glasses, they like to buy Ronit Furst as a fun pair. They love the variety of colors and also the fact that they were designed by a woman, who does internationally known artwork as well.”
As for me, I want to get several pairs, to go with different outfits. They make terrific sunglasses, regular glasses, or readers you’ll want to flaunt every time you turn on your computer or iPad.
These frames are unique and you can be, too! And watch for me – I’ll be wearing my Ronit Furst!
Published on May 27, 2012