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In 1892 in the valleys of South Wales, Rhys Jones began making socks, linking the toes by hand to create an exceptionally comfortable flat seam. Today Rhys's great great grandchildren carry on that family tradition, using only the finest yarns to create cotton, wool and cashmere socks and knitwear collections that are sold in luxury stores all over the world.

The company is still located in the small Welsh mining village in which its story began. on the Corgi factory floor, 21st century technologies sit happily alongside 120-year-old knitting machines. In fact, the rare Griswold hand-knitting machines and hand operated flat-knitting machines used to found the company are still used to this day.  In 1989, Corgi was awarded the Royal Warrant by HRH The Prince of Wales, and it continues to supply him and other members of the Royal family with luxury socks and knitwear.

في عام 1892، قام "رايز جونز" بتأسيس مشغل حياكة الجوارب "كورغي" في جنوب ويلز البريطانية. اليوم، يكمل أحفاده مسيرة العائلة في هذه المهنة وتعرف الدار بمنتجاتها المصنوعة من أفضل أنواع خيوط القطن والصوف والكشمير والمتوفرة في العديد من محلات الأزياء الراقية في العالم. لا تزال الشركة تعمل من معملها الأصلي في القرية الويلزية التي بدأت فيها قصتها قبل أكثر من قرن من الزمان، استطاعت من خلاله دعم الحرفيين والمصممين المحلين من خلال توظيفهم في المعمل، وحصلت في الثمانينات على علامة الاعتماد الملكي من قبل أمير ويلز حيث تقوم الشركة بتوريد الجوارب والملابس الفاخرة له ولغيره من أفراد العائلة المالكة البريطانية

It's all in the finish: Most of Corgi’s socks are hand finished using a process called hand linking. Each sock is knitted as a long tube with the toe section left open, and then passed to one of our hand linkers to have the toes closed using the same technique used by Corgi for over one hundred years.

The linkers carefully line up the stitches on the front and back of each toe before stitching them together. This is a highly skilled operation that takes several months to learn. The socks are then washed and dried, before being hand turned.

Each sock is carefully checked, and all yarn ends are tightened and trimmed - this can take up to twenty minutes per pair. The socks are then pressed on wooden size boards in a traditional press, the same one that has been used at Corgi for the past 60 years.


All of Corgi's factory energy is from a 100% renewable source


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