A rare extant 14th century stocking said to have belonged to the archbishop of Bayonne. It is made of a variegated silk brocade, depicting eagles and antelopes, that was woven in the 13th century, and made into a stocking in the following century.
Stockings, 1830's, European, Made of silk
Silk Stockings, 1846, French, MET Museum Accession # C.I.45.113.3a, b
Silk sock, 1540-1560, Museum of London
16 century cotton stockings pattern - Google Search
Knitted silk stocking from Italy, discarded between the years 1470-1540. Photo: Historical textiles
Stockings Date: 19th century Culture: French Medium: silk
stockings early 19th century italian
Stockings Date: 1900 Culture: French Medium: silk
Man's stockings, knitted, mid 16th century (San Domenico Maggiore, Naples).