The open bridge allows the Pressburg to easily fit higher bridges. This look originated in the style aesthetics of director Jean-Luc Goddard. Named after Emeric Pressburger, the director of the 1946 release of "Stairway to Heaven" from which the first Cinematiq temples were made.
Handcrafted using vintage film footage. The Swiss lacquered stainless steel temples are permanently riveted together to encase the laminated vintage film footage. Richly structured Italian acetate means sophistication. Adjustable nose pads and acetate temple tips ensure maximum comfort. 5 Barrel riveted hinges ensure durability. Handmade in Budapest using 100% European materials and craftsmanship. The images on this site are exemplary, no two Cinematiq frames are ever identical. Inquire to find out what film will be in the frame you purchase or check out our Vimeo to watch the film in your frames.WORLDWIDE SHIPPING - Would like to purchase a pair? Check out our Stockists or drop us a line.