Heart of craftsman,eyes of luxury — UGO CABRET Glasses

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Mr. Ugo Cabret, the founder of UGO CABRET, was born in an ordinary family in Germany in 1849. Since childhood, he has shown a unique rigor and talent, and has developed keen interest in handcraft and machinery manufacturing. At the age of 8, he accidentally passed the glasses & watches shop in the town, and witnessed the personally glasses-making process of the shop owner, which was meticulous, rigorous, and extremely luxurious. Small glasses and tiny screws and accessories all be elaborately decorated and polished. This pair of glasses in the eyes of the young Ugo Cabret has become a great work of art. Hard work pays off. After years of intensively studies, he started his own glasses hand workshop in 1879, founded the prestigious high-end glasses designer brand UGO CABRET in Germany, a cradle of brilliant handcraft talents.

In the hand workshop of Mr. Ugo Cabret , all the production process has demanding standards, from the unique way of cutting frames and fine hand engraving at early stage to the detail treatment of the frame LOGO, are embodied the efforts of craftsmen. Ugo Cabret glasses, in addition to the choice of K gold, 925 silver, titanium, plastic sheet and other traditional materials, pays more attention to customer needs to provide customers with precious raw materials customization services. Professional craftsmen team and unique design style have brought Ugo Cabret with numerous international design awards, enabling the brand to quickly won popularity in aristocratic class worldwide. Mr. UGO CABRET insists that a pair of good glasses should first of all give people the feeling of yearning for wearing immediately at first glance, a good design should not only target at suitable crowd and race, but can also like a painting, jewelry or other artwork to be passed down in every family, carrying the feelings and thoughts of their loved ones and bearing the history and culture of a family.

UGO CABRET inherited the behest of Mr. Ugo Cabret. As a traditional eyeglass industry in Germany, the brand disarms the barriers imposed by science and technology on traditional handicrafts and retains sophisticated artisan craftsmanship and high-end independent design style. UGO CABRET adds new ideas and innovative elements to traditional design thought, ensuring product materials pureness by independent high-end raw material supply. Each pair of glasses well-designed and produced by the brand’s master team subjects to strict product details standard. Despite of scarce production under the precision work, UGO CABRET has always maintained a heart of craftsman in the pursuit of perfect over the years.

“Good workers are always more accurate and more flexible than robots, which is the difference between products and works of art.” In UGO CABRET eyeglass workshop, the production of glasses, for craftsmen, is not only for flaunting their own brand and products in different countries and regions, but also for the time honored German handmade craft and design, and even for the verification of spread and development of artisan craftsmanship which pursuing to perfect under the influence of technologies, life and other factors. It is the craftsmen’s pride and dedication to their own brand that incurred some of look with doubt and suspicion over the past century. Persistence and development is the world’s most eternal theme. UGO CABRET craftsmen never believe the so-called “cheap and fine”, the brand’s unique technology and production standards make the cost of its product much higher than that produced by automated assembly line, but all these created UGO CABRET “.

Brand is a practice. To dedicate lifetime to a craft, a career, and a belief is what UGO CABRET is doing now. UGO CABRET has with its hundred years of artisan craftsmanship and unparalleled artisan spirit casted a pearl in the history of the international handicraft industry!

Media contact
Company Name: Ugo Cabret
Address: Otto-Hahn-Ring 681739, Munchen, Germany
Tel: +49.7259.376375
Website: http://www.ugocabret.com

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