Saint-Gaudens Diana Socks

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  • Saint-Gaudens Diana Socks
  • Saint-Gaudens Diana Socks
  • Saint-Gaudens Diana Socks
  • Saint-Gaudens Diana Socks
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These socks will certainly keep your feet comfortable as you trek up the Great Stair Hall to marvel at the Diana statue.  Diana is arguably the best-known work of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who was recognized at the turn of the century as the country’s finest sculptor.   When installed in 1893 on the tower of New York’s Madison Square Garden to serve as a weathervane, Diana ruled the highest point in Manhattan.   The sculpture’s gilded form caught the sun during the day and was illuminated at night by the city’s first electric floodlights.  Madison Square Garden was demolished in 1925 and the Philadelphia Museum of Art adopted the sculpture in 1932.  

These socks are designed and produced exclusively for the museum in Portugal.  The maker uses seamless toe knitting to create a sock without any stitches.  After you've worn them a few times, you won’t be able to go back to anything else.  

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art exclusive 
  • Material 80% combed cotton, 17% polyamide, 3% elastane
  • Seamless knitting for a stitchless sock
  • Medium fits Mens US 4.5 - 7.5, Eur 36 - 40; Womens US 6 - 9.5, Eur 36 - 40
  • Large fits Mens US 8 -12, Eur 41 - 46; Womens US 10 - 12.5, Eur 41 - 46
  • Machine wash in cold water inside out, without bleach, and tumble dry low; do not iron  
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