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Klimt "Hygieia" Socks

Klimt "Hygieia" Socks

By JHJ Design

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Medicine is one of four paintings Gustav Klimt painted as a commission for the University of Vienna in 1901. It depicts Hygieia, the goddess of health, cleanliness, and hygiene. Upon its initial display in Vienna, it was attacked by critics and the ensuing scandal resulted in Klimt resigning his commission. Ultimately, the paintings were stolen by the Nazis in 1938, and presumed to have been destroyed in a fire in 1945 as the SS retreated. Only one photograph and a few preparatory sketches of the series remains.

  • High quality knitted socks (not printed) means the design won't wash out
  • Mid-length crew fits most sizes
  • Packaged in a box ready for giving

Product Details

  • Socks
  • 0.19 lb (3.0 oz; 85 g)

Size Chart

One Size Fits Most:

 

 Unit Fits Sizes
US Men's Shoe Size 7 - 10
US Women's Shoe Size 6 - 9
UK Shoe Size 6.5 - 9.5
European Shoe Size 40 - 43
Inches 9.6 - 10.6
Centimeters 24.4 - 27

Care Instructions

  • 70% Cotton
  • 20% Nylon
  • 10% Elastane
 Wash Cold Wash in cold water
Do not bleach Do not bleach
Do not iron Do not iron
Hang to dry for best results Hang dry for best results
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