Navy Ash Solid Stick Umbrella$ 552 Includes tax for United Kingdom
- Product Notes
Sculpted from a single piece of light ash, which is steamed and bent into shape, this Lockwood stick umbrella is a vision of old-fashioned craft. For a more rustic look, the handle is covered in natural bark, which is made from coppiced sapling tree, while the sleek navy cotton canopy adds sutble sophistication. Comes with a cotton waterproof cover.
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- Size Notes
91 cm long.
canopy diameter: 105 cm.
rib: 63 cm.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in England
100% Ash Stick.
- Delivery & returns
Each umbrella will be produced on a made-to-order basis, with a 3 weeks order-to-door waiting time due to the artisanal nature of this product.
Please note this item is not returnable and we are unable to accept any order cancellation.
For something so prominently displayed, the umbrella is all too often left out in the grand scheme of sartorial consideration; priority given to those that are easily accessible rather than a work of sturdy craftsmanship. But British-based brand Lockwood challenge that mentality, creating umbrellas that are both durable and pleasing to the eye. Founded in 2014 by Edward Gucewicz and Moses Manley, who both previously worked at renowned umbrella shop James Smith & Sons, the brand creates solid stick umbrellas using either oak, maple or ash. Each umbrella is reinforced with a steel frame to aid durability, and canvas bracing is hand sewn around the joints to give greater protection against gusts. Not to mention the brass fittings, horn button fastening and polished handle, to truly distinguish this from the rest.
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