Perhaps the slipper most synonymous with relaxed sophistication, it is commonly agreed that the Albert Slipper was named for the husband of Queen Victoria. Gaining popularity in the early 1800s, its primary purpose was to protect the fine rugs that were commonplace in England’s grandest homes. Made in velvet, with the edges roll bound with Petersham, the Albert Slipper is commonly embroidered in gold with initials appropriate to the wearer. Other designs or emblems can be embroidered on the front in different colours according to the customer’s wishes. With a thin sole and low heel, this shoe provides the ultimate in at-home comfort.
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