Moscot is a luxury eyewear brand that has been a favorite of discerning customers for over a century. Their frames are known for their timeless designs, high-quality materials, and expert craftsmanship. One of the most common questions that customers ask about Moscot is where their frames are made. This is an important consideration for many people who are willing to pay a premium price for premium quality eyewear.
Generally, the stock we have in our shop is handcrafted in Italy, France, or Japan, which are all known for their long-standing traditions of skilled artisans and quality materials. However, Moscot’s own range of frames is expertly handcrafted in China, and to many people, this may be a turning point in the sale. But the reason why we back Moscot is because they own the factory in China where their frames are made and have been doing so for nearly 50 years.
This means that the quality control is still in-house, and all pieces go through quality control in New York City at Moscot’s headquarters. The Italian acetate and metal components used in Moscot’s frames are still of the highest quality, and the construction is still handmade. This helps keep the frames affordable for a luxury eyewear brand, giving more people the opportunity to have quality frames that will last over a decade with basic care.
In conclusion, where Moscot frames are made is an important consideration, but knowing that Moscot owns their factory in China and has been producing quality frames for nearly 50 years with in-house quality control and Italian acetate and metal components, it is clear that the quality of their frames is not compromised in any way.