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  • black
30 Colours Available
£9.99
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There's no risk of your socks getting muddled up in the wash with these supersoft socks.Your name is elegantly embroidered on the ankle. Great choice for a personalised gift, they are also supremely comfortable.These quality socks are made from a cotton and modal mix for all day freshness.(08/11)

  • black
45 Colours Available
£3.99
£3.99

There's no risk of your socks getting muddled up in the wash with these supersoft socks.Your name is elegantly embroidered on the ankle. Great choice for a personalised gift, they are also supremely comfortable.These quality socks are made from a cotton and modal mix for all day freshness.(08/11)

  • brown
  • blue
2 Colours Available
£7.99
£7.99

Representing one of the most famous of Paul Cézanne's almost-200 still life paintings, these men's HotSox Artist Collection Still Life Plate and Fruit Cotton Socks depict a piece from the art period called Post-Impressionism, with all its colour and vibrancy reproduced in a soft,…

  • brown
  • blue
2 Colours Available
£7.99
£7.99

Painted during his 'mature period' in 1867, Paul Cézanne's Post-Impressionist masterwork is reproduced here for art lovers as HotSox Artist Collection Still Life Plate and Fruit Cotton Socks. These ladies socks are vivid and colourful, faithfully woven by the company to be instantly…

  • blue
1 Colour Available
£7.99
£7.99

'A Wheatfield with Cypresses' is actually a series of similar studies done in1889 by Vincent van Gogh, all while he was resident at the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole mental asylum at Saint-Rémy near Arles, France, and inspired by the view from his window, out towards the Alpilles mountains.…


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