Edward VII (Albert Edward) was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India from 1901 until his death in 1910. Edward was related to nearly every other European monarch, and came to be known as the ‘Uncle of Europe’. He was admired by many most especially when he was displeased by the way many British treated Indians, outraged, by their casual use of ‘Nigger. Edward VII protested formally to Lord Granville and Foreign Secretary that just because a man has a black face and a different religion than their own, there’s no reason why Indians should be treated as a brute.
The Uncle of Europe ‘Albert Edward’ Wool Pocket Square is a way to remember Edward VII, a King who is always concerned for the poor. The coalescence of the dark and light shades of blue in this pocket square symbolizes sincerity and gregariousness just like Edward VII. This pocket square is an epic pick if you’re the type of person who is outgoing and often looks out for others just as Albert was, a notable person that everyone admires.
Wool Pocket Square Code: ZW-055-PS
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