About Us

Thank you for visiting the Sunglass Museum! The true vintage eyewear specialists!

Our family has been in the eyewear business for over 35 years. We love searching for and finding only the best styles and quality available. We are most proud to share our unique and rare NOS (new old stock) deadstock sunglasses! A majority of our frames are optical quality metal or acetate with wire core temples in which you may insert your prescription lenses. Many frames also have GLASS or CR39 lenses and are all UV protected. Eyewear made with treasured materials from the good old days when products were made with care. Not the cheap plastic used in the imitation eyewear of today. We're constantly adding new styles to our collection, so keep checking back for our latest discoveries.

Have a question? We'd love to hear from you! Contact our customer support HERE  We are available to answer your Monday-Saturday 9-6 PST.

Have a question about sizing?  Please visit our Fit Guide page to learn about how our measurements.

Sunglasses didn't work out?  Go to Returns to learn about our 30-day return policy.

Want to know the costs of shipping? Go to our Shipping page.

 

Contact Information for wholesale and general inquiries:
info@sunglassmuseum.com
8117 W. Manchester Ave. #586
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

  

Fit Guide

Understanding sunglass measurements

The  metric system is the standard measuring system used when measuring sunglasses.  The measurements are always listed in millimeters (mm).  When shopping at the Sunglass Museum you will see a measurement of each style listed in its description in a series of 3 numbers like this 54/18/145.  

The first number is always for the eye size and is measured horizontally from the outside edge to the inside edge of one lens. The second number is always for the distance between the lenses and is the bridge/nose size.  Lastly, the third number always represents the temple or arm length of the sunglasses.