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 Are any Ray-Ban sunglasses made in Ireland?

Answer No. The Ray-Ban brand is owned by the Italian Luxottica Group. The sunglasses are manufactured in Italy or China, with the location clearly identified on the side of each frame.Source:Ray-Ban USA
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