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Hot Sox Nefertiti Sock

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The Bust of Nefertiti is located at the Neues Museum in Berlin. Her Bust was found by Ludwig Borchardt, a German archeologist, in 1912. Nefertiti was found with other artifacts in the workshop of Thutmose.  The Bust is made from limestone and covered with stucco.  Her Bust was kept secret until 1923. In 1939 the Museum was closed due to WWII. She was moved many times. On March 6, 1945 the bust was moved to a German salt mine at Merkers-Kieselbach in Thuringia. In 1945 the Bust was found by the American Army and given to the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives branch. In 1956 Nefertiti was given to the Dahlem Museum in West Berlin. In October of 2009 Nefertiti’s Bust was returned to the Neues Museum.

Hot Sox Nefertiti Sock begins on a Raspberry background. The Cuffs are Maroon. Her Bust is in Profile in the center of the Leg portion of the Sock between the Cuffs and Heels. Her Eyes are painted in Brown and Coal. Her Lips are Rouge. The Cap is Blue with Gold, Ruby and Maroon inlays. She wears an Egyptian Necklace of Beads below her Neck. She was what and still is an object of beauty. This is a Thin Style and Medium Size Sock.

Sock Size 9 – 11 Fits Shoe Size 4- 10.5

Made in Korea

54% Cotton

34% Nylon

10% Polyester

02% Spandex

Exclusive of Elastic

Machine Wash Cold Do Not Bleach

Tumble Dry Low

Vendor: Hot Sox

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