This microfibre eyeglasses cloth is especially made for the cleaning and maintenance of eyeglasses. It is gentle and the soft material will not leave scratches, streaks or marks. It is safe to use on most surfaces and lenses. With this microfibre cloth you will not need any special cleaning agents for cleaning, some of which could do damage to your eyeglass lens. No strings, threads or coarse materials are used in this cleaning cloth. It is also ideal to use when cleaning fingerprint smudges, oil and dust from eyeglasses, sunglasses, laptops, tablets, smart phones, or any other LCD or touch screen monitor. It is also safe and effective to use on DSLR lenses, binoculars, telescopes, and other delicate optic lenses. Can also be used with or without cleaning solutions. This beautifully designed cleaning cloth is reusable and long lasting. Aside from functionality, this micro fiber cloth is also very fashion-forward with its stunning design. The "Royal Flowers" stems from the briliant work of ark of sculpture and still art painter, Gottfried Wilhelm Voelcker.
Gottfried Wilhelm Völcker
He received his training as a porcelain painter at the Royal Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin by his famous teacher Johann Friedrich Schulze in the early 19th century. He specialised in flower paintings, but was later promoted to becoming the director of the whole porcelain factory (1833-1848). His art works focus on porcelain paintings but he also painted naturalistic pictures of flowers and fruit still life in oil and watercolor. Already in 1811, Völcker became a professor and was awarded membership of the Royal Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin and joined the Berlin Artists Association (1814-1846). His works show influence of his tours to Vienna in 1821, Paris in 1823 and the Netherlands in 1825. He exhibited regularly with the Berlin Academy, but his biggest success were his porcelain creations.
- Dimensions: 14.5 x 14.5 cm
- Material: 100% Polyester, Microfibre
- Washable at 30ºC
- Custom Made
- Made in Germany
*Eyeglass not included