post Category: eyeglass frames post Comments (3) postFebruary 13, 2009

Does that "CE" also mean where it is manufactured? It is a pair of Burberry frames. I am wondering also where it is manufactured. I assume it is made in Italy since it is engraved "Safilo".

I think the CE means government certified.

There are five Safilo Group plants, four in Italy and one in Slovenia however there are third-party manufacturers in Asia, Italy, and the U.S. so your glasses could have been made in any of these places.

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#1

Corrective eyeglasses? maybe…. just my guess. It may be a way of letting someone know they are prescription instead of just glasses that people wear as accesories.
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Jennifer S wrote on February 13, 2009 - 12:00 pm
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I think the CE means government certified.

There are five Safilo Group plants, four in Italy and one in Slovenia however there are third-party manufacturers in Asia, Italy, and the U.S. so your glasses could have been made in any of these places.
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Liv ♥ wrote on February 13, 2009 - 12:05 pm
#3

The "CE" mark you see on more and more products is a certification, usually by the manufacturer itself, that the product conforms to applicable health and safety standards established in Europe.

Although "CE" has no meaning of its own, it may have been derived from the phrase Conformite European.
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sandyblondegirl wrote on February 13, 2009 - 12:15 pm
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