Our gorgeous metallic Christmas Stockings will add a dash of opulence to your festive season. Made with attention to detail, synonymous with the Penelope Hope brand, these stockings in our metallic Moroccan-inspired Taha'a print will be a keepsake for many Christmases to come.
Each stocking, in white cotton, has the gold metallic geometric design on the front, with the back in smooth heavy white cotton, and a matching cuff going all the way around the top.
Each stocking comes with a personalised initial charm in a coordinating metallic colour. Please tick the checkbox if you would like a charm and enter which letter you require. (one per stocking, separate your letters with a comma if ordering several stockings)
The stockings are lined with white cotton, padded on the front side with wadding so that they hang beautifully. All stockings have a hanging loop to make it easy to hang them on the mantelpiece or over a bedpost. Each stocking is finished with our metallic Penelope Hope label.
If you are ordering more than one stocking you can benefit from discount savings the more you buy. Discounts will apply to any size stocking and any colour, so mix and match to your heart's content!
Sizes:We have three sizes available in our metallic Christmas stockings.
Make your Christmas sparklier than ever with our luxury stockings!
Select your preferred size from the drop-down menu.
Large- 60cm height
The DBs of Xmas stockings giving you lots of space for presents, can hang on the mantelpiece or lie on the floor when fully stuffed!
Medium- 45cm height
The perfect size stocking for hanging on the mantelpiece or over a bedpost. Ideal for those smaller but perfectly formed presents, or if you’re on Santa’s naughty list!
Small- 31cm height
Ideal size for holding jewellery boxes, or perhaps for Coco the cat and her cat toys!
Products are dispatched within 1-2 days of ordering, standard or express shipping available. Full delivery information here.
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