Wiltrud von Bergen
A solid panto shape perfect for narrower faces with a keyhole bridge - absolutely unisex, although it has been given a feminine name.
Wiltrud von Bergen was the founder of the Bergen Monastery near Neuburg on the Danube, abbess and Benedictine nun. She was married to Duke Berthold of Bavaria, lost all her possessions after his death and, after the restitution of her goods by Emperor Otto II, founded the monastery, of which she became the first abbess. Her name means: the strong-willed.
- Handmade in the FUNK Brillenmanufaktur Kinsau / Germany
- Spectacle case included in delivery
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