These silver-rimmed glasses protect the wearer from blindness. When afflicted with blind, it becomes increasingly more difficult to effectively strike an opponent, leading to a huge disadvantage on the battlefield. The silver glasses were specifically made to address this predicament. And not only do they suit the already intellectual image of a mage, but they can also be used to completely change the everyday appearance of a burly warrior.
Glasses that prevent darkness.
The Silver Specs prevents Blind, as well as providing +1 Defense, Magic Defense, and Weight, and +3% Magic Evasion. It can be dropped from Iron Claw, stolen from Page 64 or Headstone, or found in Walse.
Silver-rimmed spectacles. Prevents darkness.
Silver Spectacles (Goggles in the original SNES release) prevent Blind, although Blind is bugged in all versions apart from the GBA port, which renders the use of Silver Spectacles useless. They can be bought for 500 gil in the World of Balance at South Figaro and Albrook, and in the World of Ruin at Nikeah, and stolen from Cherry and Harvester.
Glasses that makes you feel smart. For all tribes.
Silver Glasses are a low-ranked headgear that can be equipped by all races and genders. It provides 8 defense, 3 magic, and 5 magic defense at level 1, while at level 30 it provides 58 defense, 18 magic, and 35 magic defense. It also has one empty slot and can be bought for 390 gil. It may also be created for 100 gil by using an Odd Angled Eye and Magic Stone x2. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Silver Glasses makes a Ward Stone 1, level 10-19 makes a Knowledgium, and level 20-30 makes a Magic Stone 6.
Glasses with a thick, awkward-looking silver frame. The silver in the frame reacts to things that harm vision to warn the wearer of danger. When worn, they protect against blind.
Silver Specs from Final Fantasy V appear as an accessory.
Silver Glasses from Final Fantasy VII appears as a Rarity 3 accessory.
Silver is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Ag and atomic number 47. A soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it possesses the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
Silver often carries connotations of "second-best," especially when contrasted with gold.