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Sunglasses   * Jim Moriarty

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From the Ray-Ban Sunglasses Aviator range, the sunglasses Jim Moriarty is briefly seen wearing in Parliament Square in A Scandal in Belgravia are a Gold Brown Gradient, model number 3025  and colour code 001/51.

Among the most iconic sunglasses in world, Ray-Ban sunglasses were first created in 1936 for military use, designed to provide air protection for pilots in the United States Air Force. They were patented in 1937. The glasses entered the public consciousness when General Douglas MacArthur was photographed wearing a pair during the Second World War. Ray-Ban are now the best selling sunglasses on the planet, beloved by celebrities and those with a desire to look stylish while protecting their vision.