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Men's Rayban Mens Sunglasses
Rayban Mens Sunglasseses. A retro, sporty interpretation of the Aviator for the on the go active lifestyle featuring softer contured tear drop shaped lenses and a wrapped fit for full coverage. The robust temples are crafted with propionate and showcases Ray-Bans signature metal logo. Packed with original case, cloth and certificate of authenticity. Lens Colour: green, Frame Colour: Gunmetal, EU Filter 3N, Lens Gradient: No, Hinge Type: No Flex, Mirrored: No, Polarised: No, Phantom Sunglasses, Usage: Fashion, Metal
House of Fraser
Cross Medium Gingham Black Leather Journal
The Cross medium Gingham black journal is an online exclusive that comes with a Cross accessory pen.
Ray-Ban Unisex RB2140 Wayfarer Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Wayfarer is simply the most recognizable style in sunglasses. The distinct shape is paired with the traditional Ray-Ban signature logo on the sculpted temples. After its initial design in 1952, the Ray-Ban Wayfarer quickly endeared itself to Hollywood filmmakers, celebrities, musicians and artists, solidifying its iconic status for years to come. This classic version comes with a sleek light tortoiseshell frame and crystal brown UV blocking lenses.Frame Colour: Light TortoiseEU Filter 3NLens Gradient: NoHinge Type: No FlexMirrored: NoPolarised: NoWayfarers SunglassesUsage: FashionAcetate Shop At House Of Fraser
House of Fraser
Bosch GWS-8115 110V 800W Angle Grinder 115mm
Angle grinder - 115mm Product Specifications: Manufacturer: Bosch Model number: GWS-8115 Voltage: 110V 800W Single speed Spindle lockManufacturer's Part No: GWS-8115 110V
Complete Shorter Fiction
For the first time in one volume, this complete collection of all the short fiction Oscar Wilde published contains such social and literary parodies as 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime' and 'The Canterville Ghost; ' such well-known fairy tales as 'The Happy Prince,' 'The Young King,' and 'The Fisherman and his Soul; ' an imaginary portrait of the dedicatee of Shakespeare's Sonnets entitled 'The Portrait of Mr. W.H.; ' and the parables Wilde referred to as 'Poems in Prose,' including 'The Artist,' 'The House of Judgment,' and 'The Teacher of Wisdom.'