Glasses case including microfibre cloth: Canal Houses
Never lose sight of your glasses again with this great spectacle case. Both the outside and the inside of the metal glasses case are provided with soft, cuddly microfibre. The case closes tightly due to the strong folding hinge. So you never have to worry that your glasses will wander loose in your bag.
The accompanying microfibre cloth has the same print as the glasses case. Microfibre ensures scratch-free and streak-free cleaning of (sun) glasses and screens, without the use of cleaning agents.
– Size: 16 x 3,5 x 6 cm (wxhxd)
– Full color printed microfibre exterior,
– Inside black microfibre
– Bekking & Blitz
– Size: 18 x 15 cm
– Microfibre printed on one side
– Machine washable at 60° Celsius, dry naturally
ABOUT THE ARTIST CASPAR PHILIPS JACOBSON:
Caspar Philips, Jacobsz. (Amsterdam, April 16, 1732 – there, March 19, 1789) was a Dutch engraver.
He learned the art of carving from his uncle Jan Caspar Philips. Throughout his life he was engaged in engraving work, mostly in the architectural field, but he was also a mathematician and was admitted, officially registered and admitted, surveyor of Holland, Zeeland and West Friesland and gave drawing lessons. In 1765 his book ‘Detailed Education in the Perspective or Transparency’ was published, illustrated by 60 self-engraved plates. His engravings and maps were always of a high quality and accuracy.
Philips lived on Nieuwendijk near Kolksteeg, Haarlemmerdijk near Dommersstraat and Brouwersgracht near Willemsstraat. He was buried in the Karthuizerkhof.