Throughout the years, different styles have come and gone, but horn-rimmed glasses are a timeless classic. Today, 64% of us use corrective lenses of some kind. While most glasses are produced with metal wire or plastic made to replicate the look of horn or tortoise shell, there are some artisans who are still making frames the more traditional way. One such artisan is Feaw Handcraft. We visit their studio on Charoen Nakhon Road to learn about their craft, the process, and the impetus behind it all.
Koktail Magazine's "Made in Thailand" series goes behind-the-scenes at workshops and factories in Bangkok and beyond to uncover what goes into creating iconic quality products that keep traditional craftsmanship alive.
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