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Cellulose acetate

 is a non-petroleum based biopolymer that is made from natural cotton and wood fibers. It is hypoallergenic material, made from a renewable resource, lightweight, and very strong.


Regular plastic is petroleum-based nylon pellets which are melted down. Plastic is cheap, easy to produce and harmful for the environment.


Cellulose acetate benefits:

  • Made from a renewable and organic material
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Eco friendly for the environment
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Big variety of colors and patterns


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Cellulose acetate was first used for eyewear in the late 1940’s because of brittleness and other problems with previously used plastics. Today’s acetates are known for being durable, lightweight, and flexible. Cellulose acetate also has the widest range for transparency, rich colors, and finishes.


The in-depth manufacturing process is responsible for many of the unique qualities that set acetate apart from other plastics. To start manufacturing acetate, clear sheets of acetate are mixed with acetone and organic dyes to create brilliant colors and patterns. Once mixed, the dyed acetate is pressed by large rollers and cut into small pieces for further processing. It is then pressed a second time with other completed colors to produce the final raw sheets or blocks of acetate used in other products manufacturing.


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Many of the top eyewear designers use high-quality acetates from Europe and Asia. More specific examples from Japan and Italy currently own the reputation for the most outstanding quality.


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In our turn, we use Italian cellulose acetate that is produced by Mazzucchelli company.


 Mazzucchelli, a premier acetate producer in Italy has been in business since 1849 and is one of the world’s foremost manufacturers of cellulose acetate.


The production process of cellulose acetate you can find here:  https://vimeo.com/80471038


Ann Ninitchuk, the owner of NINIco jewelry