Savile Row Beaufort Panto - Harrison Ford - Indiana Jones
Harrison Ford, as Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones, Jr., wears Savile Row Beaufort Panto distributed by Berkshire Chase manufactured by the Algha Group LTD of London glasses in the 1988 movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and also in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
The English Beaufort 2 model is very similar to the Panto 14KT, but much cheaper, since it has no real gold on the frame, whereas the Panto 14KT has actual 14KT rolled gold rims. Read more about the term rolled gold here. Find the cheaper English Beaufort 2 model on FramesDirect, or click on the links below for the 14KT models.
About Savile Row
The Savile Row range of eyewear is a classic collection of handmade spectacle frames by Algha Group. The glasses frames have been made in London since 1932 and are designed and manufactured by skilled craftsmen - highly experienced in the production of 14 carat rolled gold frames. It takes over 130 hand production processes to produce just one Savile Row spectacle frame and every completed glasses frame receives up to 25 separate inspections. The distinctive Savile Row range goes from strength to strength and its popularity in the eyewear market remains unabated. Traditional vintage shapes, reminiscent of the early part of the century, have evolved from their original form and are now among the hottest-selling fashion themes in eyewear today.
Berkshire Chase Ltd. is the distributor in the United States for the Savile Row brand eyewear which is manufactured by Algha Group of London England.
Reference: Savile Row 14KT Beaufort Panto distributed by Berkshire Chase manufactured by the Algha Group LTD of London - Color: Chestnut, 14KT gold frame, half covered cable