PROVENANCE [ CORGI SOCKS ]
Step into the world of Corgi, where time-honored traditions and exquisite craftsmanship intertwine to create a collection of unparalleled luxury. Since their inception in 1892, Corgi have been dedicated to the art of creating the finest hand-knitted wool, cotton, and cashmere socks and knitwear. Their story began in Carmarthenshire, Wales, when Rhys Jones, a visionary draper, acquired second-hand knitting machines and embarked on a journey to craft thigh-high woollen stockings for the local colliers.
Driven by a passion for detail and an unwavering commitment to quality, Rhys soon expanded his repertoire, producing a range of superior socks that became a symbol of elegance for men attending Sunday chapel. Word of Corgi socks spread like wildfire, captivating the hearts of individuals across South Wales and beyond.
Today, more than a century later, Corgi is proudly managed by Rhys' great, great grandchildren, Chris Jones and Lisa Wood. They continue to uphold the legacy of their visionary ancestor, infusing each creation with the same dedication to excellence that has defined their brand for generations.
At Corgi, they believe that true refinement lies in the details. Every stitch, every thread, and every pattern is meticulously crafted to evoke a sense of timeless elegance. Their hand-knitted socks and knitwear are more than mere garments; they are works of art that embody the essence of sophistication.
As you explore the Corgi collection, you will discover a range of exquisite products that transcend trends and embrace the beauty of tradition. From the Donegal Wool Socks to the Plain Ribbed Cotton Socks, each pair is a testament to their unwavering commitment to quality and craftsmanship.
Discover the Corgi socks collection, where luxury intertwines with heritage, and elegance is woven into every thread. Indulge in the artistry of their wonderfully knitted creations and experience the unparalleled comfort and style they bring. Welcome to Corgi, where craftsmanship and elegance reign supreme.