Eyeglass Case by Moore & Giles
A simple carrying case for your glasses, dressed up in Moore & Giles' Titan Milled leather, with snap closure and soft suede lining in three colors.
Dimensions 6.5"L x 3"H x 1"W.
Moore & Giles employs almost 100 people in its headquarters in Forest, Virginia with representation in every major metropolitan area as well as strategic partnerships in England, Germany, France, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Hong Kong and Turkey. Moore & Giles designs and develops the world’s most luxurious natural leathers for leather upholstery, residential leather, hospitality leather and aviation leather.
Up until the 1980s, Moore & Giles’ primary business had been shoe upper leather, leather lining and sole leather, representing a variety of domestic tanneries. As domestic production declined, the Company diversified as a leather resource to other industries, primarily to the home furnishings industry, but also to the marine and athletic arenas. In the early 1990s, leather sales to the home furnishings industry became Moore & Giles’ primary focus and it moved away from the more price-sensitive, commodity-type leathers to more natural tannages and finishes. These pioneering efforts brought a fashion approach to home furnishings that showcased the visual and tactile beauty of natural leather. During the past fifteen years, strategic partnerships with tanneries in Spain, Italy, New Zealand, South America and the Far East have been cultivated to stock an extensive and innovative product portfolio at the Company’s new facility at 1081 Tannery Row in Forest, Virginia.
Moore & Giles was founded in 1933 in Lynchburg, Virginia during the heart of the Great Depression by Donald Graeme Moore. Previously a purchasing agent at the Craddock-Terry Shoe Corporation, he lost that job in a massive layoff catalyzed by poor economic conditions. Originally a supplier of “findings”, the Company sold a broad range of components used in footwear constructions to manufacturers in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
When Donald Moore’s son-in-law, W. Vernon Giles, joined the Company in 1935 the name was changed to Moore & Giles. In the 1950s, sales territories were expanded to North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. Donald Moore remained with Moore & Giles until his retirement in 1966 at the age of eighty-eight. Ironically, in the same month that his grandfather retired, Mr. Moore’s grandson, Donald Moore Giles, joined the company. Today, he continues to serve as the Company’s Chairman.