- plastic frame
- Multi-purpose: Well-suited for everyone with glasses. The durable cover provides great protection to avoid damages to the glasses inside.
- Splendid gift idea and souvenir from Australia for any special occasions such as anniversary, birthday, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. This glasses case’s unique Aboriginal design makes a memorable gift for your loved ones.
- Universal size: 6.40 x 2.44 x 1.65 inches. Suitable as a case for almost all glasses type.
- Featured artist: Otto Jungarrayi Sims was born in 1960 at Yuendumu, an Aboriginal community about 290km northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. He has worked for Yuendumu Council and the Tanami Goldmine in the 1990s. These stories relate directly to Otto’s country at Kunajarrayi and Yanjilpirri, where he was elected to its executive committee in 2002 and Chairman of the art centre in 2007.
- Satisfaction Guarantee: We know our product is of high quality but if you have any issues with our products, we are happy to send you a replacement or refund you in full, whichever one that you prefer.
This hard glasses case is made from plastic PU, which then boxed beautifully with the artist information on it. This sturdy glasses case is suitable for people of all ages. It provides a great way to avoid rupture of the glasses and damage to the frame from outside. On top of that, there is also a soft layer made from micro fibre inside the shell to prevent scratches and stains on the glasses. A portion of the sale goes towards the artist and the local Aboriginal community. This makes perfect combination of Indigenous designs and object as a perfect gift from Australia. The high-grade protective case is a great choice for travelers as they are small, lightweight, and well-packaged. The native animals and famous Australian arts will evoke fond memories and become a perfect dinnertime discussion topic for friends and families alike.
- Package Dimensions : 6.61 x 2.6 x 1.61 inches; 4.66 Ounces
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : February 19, 2021