Fox Umbrellas was founded in 1868, so to commemorate us being 150 years old this year we have commissioned a very special umbrella.
We wanted to design an umbrella that had roots dating back to our founding years using the same techniques used during this period with a special wood encompassing modern materials.
The RS150 is a solid umbrella made out of an exquisite walnut wood.
It has a specially designed runner and notch to accommodate a twin rib frame giving the umbrella extra strength. The runner and notch are turned from brass and finished with black nickel plating.
The tips on the frame are all sewn by hand.
This umbrella is extremely limited; only 150 pieces are being manufactured for sale worldwide. Each umbrella features a hallmarked silver collar which is individually numbered.
The length of this umbrella is approximately 36" (91 cm) from handle to ferrule. The black cover/canopy is made with a high grade 100% Polyester water repellent fabric, which when opened is approximately 42.5" in diameter (108 cm). The umbrella comes with a matching outside case.
Some of the key features are:
Black polyester cover
Hallmarked Sterling Silver Anniversary Collar
Brass runner and notch (black nickel plated finish)
Inside rosette and outside rosettes.
Black outside case
Every piece of walnut has its own individual graining making each umbrella unique in appearance
Order now to avoid any disappointment, we will not be making this anniversary special again.
An 8 rib, telescopic umbrella with Dark Brown Maple Straight Handle with Laser Engraved Fox Disc.
The length of this umbrella is approximately 14.25" (36 cm) from handle to end with a diameter of around 5.5cm. The cover (canopy) when opened is approximately 36" in diameter (91.5 cm).
The cover and outside case are made from 100% Polyester and are available in Black, Navy, Grey, Dark Green, Brown, Camel, Petrol, Purple, Red, Lavender, Terracotta and Lavender/Pearl Grey alternative.
For an additional cost of £6.00 there is Black Watch Tartan or Navy/White Spot
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