London based jewelry company Bunney has made its name known through numerous collaborataions with brands such as Lewis Leathers, Converse, and even Vespa to name a few on top of their own line of highly sought after jewelry. The company is relatively low-key and lets the style of their goods speak for itself; collaborations usually showcase slight modifications and flare that represent the level of quality Bunney is known for. This recent joint project with eyewear company Oliver Peoples is a perfect example as they take vintage frame models from the mid 1900's that originated in Britain and update them with hand crafted Japanese acetate and sterling silver from Bunney's renowned workshop in the UK. The temples of each style is constructed in titanium which is both lightweight and extremely durable while the lenses feature subtle engravings representing both brands. The frames come in three styles inspired by the frames the British National Health System produced with two sunglasses and optical frame. My personal favourite is the "Steven" since it's a more notable shape and highlights the silver hammered effect on the temples really well.
The collection is currently available via DSM Ginza and the Oliver Peoples flagship in Daikanyama in Shibuya, Tokyo. For more information about Bunney, their Instagram is pretty much an archive of all the product they put out, both on their own and through collaborations.