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Our telescopic umbrellas are fitted with a steel shaft and are a beautifully subtle yet superbly well constructed accessory. We offer a variety of beautiful wooden handle styles as well as various canopy designs and colours. This particular example features a brown maple finish with a classic racing green canopy.
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase for any reason, we will provide a full refund or exchange.
The family run factory we use for our umbrellas was started in England in 1868 during the reign of Queen Victoria and the process of manufacture has changed very little to this day. To obtain the high standard of quality that we require and that our customers have come to expect, we rely on the skill of hand workers rather than machines and this quality and attention to detail are the hallmarks of a Rampley & Co umbrella.
- We put a lot of time and effort into each umbrella and with the right aftercare it will last for years to come. Always open the umbrella pointing downwards, lift the ribs slightly and slide the umbrella open. After use, make sure you leave your umbrella open to dry (whenever possible). Do not allow water on the underside of your umbrella and then close it, this will eventually cause rust. For our full guide on caring for your umbrella click here.
Made by hand in our English factory, our telescopic umbrellas are of the highest quality providing both durability and strength through the use of a steel frame and lightweight canopy. The perfect size for a gentleman on the move.
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