Men's William Morris Ancathus 1872 Cotton Socks

€19,00

Made To Order

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Description

In a collaboration with the William Morris Gallery, we have created a collection of socks inspired by the Victorian artist's design and ethos - the perfect modern-day fusion of beautiful designs and the finest traditions of British manufacturing. 

'Acanthus' is an early Morris pattern and no pattern is more iconic William Morris. 

Morris described Acanthus as a 'luxurious' pattern, an appropriate description since early on, Morris textiles were only available to the wealthy class. Acanthus later found its way to printed wallpaper and eventually to large pattern printed wallpaper, printed at Merton Abbey. These larger patterns were slower to be well-received by the middle classes than the textiles had been by aristocratic and artsy circles.

  • 75% Cotton, 25% Nylon
  • Standard length
  • Smooth toe
  • Machine washable
  • Suitable for daily wear
  • Made in Wales

Lightweight Cotton Blend

Our bestselling everyday sock blend. Made with our lightweight cotton blend, beautifully comfortable, and providing an excellent fit and durability while retaining its colour, wash after wash.

Smooth Toe Seam

Our smooth toe seam is a subtle and comfortable seam.

Product Code: 80-45-5944


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Delivery

We will normally dispatch your order the same day or the next working day, depending on the time the order was received and on stock availability.

European orders are normally delivered within 7 working days, during sale promotions this may increase to 10 days. 

Oversees orders are generally delivered within 10 - 14 working days. 

If you are shopping in the United Kingdom or the Rest of the world please do head over to our international websites for delivery. 

Europe Standard Delivery

Delivered within 7 working days *

12.00 or Free over 150.00

 

Europe Express Delivery

Delivered within 1 to 2 working days *

25.00

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