The Tale of The Royal Pair
Worn by the noblest Kings and Queens throughout generations and generations, these socks find themselves in many tales and legends amongst crowns, swords and sceptres. Historians still argue about their denotation but most of them just call them ‘The Royal Pair’.
Crafted in the famous manufactory of Orthenborough, the Royal Pair was exclusively reserved for Kings and Queens. Not rarely would it happen that the English King gifted these socks to his royal buddies. Rumor has it that at some point in the 15th century, almost all European rulers (except the French, nobody liked the French) wore a Royal Pair gifted by the English King. The Royal Pair has seen great victory as well as grave defeat. But regardless, it has always very neatly covered the Kings’ and Queens' feet.
While the last sock master of Orthenborough passed away in 1878, their secrets were preserved. They were thought to be lost forever but luckily – and surprisingly - found not long ago in a treasure chest by the mill of Orthenborough. The script was taken to the last mysterious masters who, today, are still crafting these royal socks. And from these mysterious masters, my dear reader, you’ll be sent your pair today. Trust me when I say, the story of your pair has only just begun and will be an incredible tale to tell as well.