Magay & Barron Eye Center: Where art and science meet to suit your eyeglass needs

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Worcester ‘ Upon entering the lobby of Magay & Barron Eye Center, located at 460 Lincoln St. in Worcester, one is met with a dazzling array of designer frames from all over the globe. The selection of colors and motifs are amazing, and many are truly works of art. Equally amazing is the science that goes into the lenses. Fashion meets technology in this business.

Magay & Barron Eye Center is owned and operated by Jim and Eddi Magay. Jim is a licensed optician and graduate of Boston University. His wife Eddi has an artistic background having studied at the Vesper George School of Art. She uses her talents as a frame stylist to help their customers find their perfect eyeglasses.

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