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Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
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Item #: 1095-G04 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G05 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G06 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G07 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
View
Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G08 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G14 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!

Antique Prosthetic Glass Eye: Gallery Item
Price: $100.00
View
Availability: In Stock
Item #: 1095-G15 (10URM1) -

These eyes were made in the late 1800s or early 1900s either in France or Germany. They are real prosthetic eyes. Each one is unique. The glass eyes were hand-blown from glass to form the basic eyeball. The iris was made seperately and was then attached to the round ball. The two pieces were then formed into a useable eyeball.The eyes make for great conversation pieces, especially when placed in the bottom of a Martini glass. Enjoy!!!