Handmade Steampunk Goggles
There is a wide selection of Steampunk goggles available on the internet. Some are good, some are great, and some are just cheap Chinese plastic costume pieces. Personally I prefer the craftsmanship I see in one of a kind handmade goggles.
Don’t get me wrong though. There are plenty of so-called artists that are cranking out junk just to make a quick buck off of the short-lived need of “I just want a Steampunk costume for the party” buyer.
So I decided to make a list of handmade Steampunk goggles that I think meet the mark for craftsmanship, artistry and creativity. In other words the title may have read “The 10 Steampunk Goggles That I Like the Most” So here they are.
Steampunk goggles with magnifiers in brown leather and brass by Steambaby
This set of goggles implements an antique pocket watch and additional jewelers magnifier lenses. The leather is waxed and will wear to take a more interesting patina as it’s used. Steampbaby also offers blue, red, clear, smoke and a target overlay on the lens of your choice. You can find Mac McGowan’s selection of Steampunk goggles at his shop on etsy.
Victorian Theatrical Brass and Leather Steampunk Goggles by Steapunkdesigns
Steampunkdesign has some of the highest quality leather and metal work I’ve seen used on goggles of this type.
All of steampunkdesigns goggles are one of a kind works of art. They include highly polished brass and genuine leather. These goggles are fully adjustable and can be worn on your head or over a hat.
Bronze filigree Steampunk Goggles by Francis Prachthauser
Francis does some amazing art work and I think his style does justice to the steampunk style and ideology. Plus they’re fun to look at.
You should take a look at his other work it is beautifully done.
Retro Modern Brass Glaciers Ski Goggles by Atomefabrik
Atomefabrik’s designs are obviously influenced by his background in engineering, defense, aircraft and the nuclear industry.
A self taught Machinist he draws influence from futurism and constructivism.
Oh, does anyone else love his manikin head?
Brass Owl Wearable leather art mask by FaceOdd
Tamara from Seattle Washington has created Steampunk owl mask that meet the mark.
I know this is more of a mask but it has the feel that I look for in good handcrafted One of a kind Steampunk artifacts.
You can see more of Tamara’s art at her Etsy shop FaceOdd
Steampunk Goggles by SteampunkCorporation
Steampunk Corporation has many goggle designs. They use very brilliantly colored lenses with gun sight guides for their designs.
I like how the use of screws was implemented when fastening the leather to the metal. It adds a level of detail that pulls it away from the typical riveted look that everyone expects.
So there they are. My top ten Steampunk Goggle picks. At least for now.