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Galleria Auto Folding Umbrella - Antique Rose
£21.70
Galleria Auto Folding Umbrella - Antique Rose
Galleria auto open/close umbrealla with Antique Rose design. 100cm diameter when open, 32cm long when closed, supplied in a gift box. Galleria umbrellas come in a range of stunning artistic designs based on both old masters and modern day artists. All of our Galleria mini umbrellas are from the automatic open / close range so they're really easy to use and well as being beautiful to look at. The fibre glass and steel ribs mean that these unbrellas can withstand strong winds. Galleria umbrellas are a large 100cm across when open so you get lots of shelter and they're only 32cm long when folded, so they'll fit in shopping bags, rucksacks, car doors, and lots of hand bags. Push a button to pop open your umbrella, push the button again and they're self closing; you just push on the end to completely close them and then fasten the strap to keep them closed. No one really likes to be caught in the rain, at least with our Galleria umbrellas, you'll be sheltering in style the next time it does happen.
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Indian Garden Company. Black Narcissus Garden Umbrella
£320.00
Indian Garden Company. Black Narcissus Garden Umbrella
A stunning hand-made decorative Garden Umbrella with huge silver grey mother of pearl decorations and beads. Handmade in Bali, Indonesia This gorgeous sun parasol will brighten up any outdoor living space with its stylish hand-painted jet-black canopy and hand carved mother of pearl and beads. The umbrella is made by skilled craftsmen who are part of a small family business in Bali, Indonesia. Each umbrella takes over a week to make. All parts are sourced locally to encourage complete processing within the communtity. The wood is made from the Durian tree. The canopy is made from a 100% polyester and is hand-painted in silver. The fabric is water-resistant. Inside a thick weave covers the bamboo spokes. Each parasol is supplied with a cotton bag to enable easy storage.
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Stainless Steel Zack Vandera Umbrella Stand
£78.95
Stainless Steel Zack Vandera Umbrella Stand
The Vandera Umbrella Stand from Zack. For something truly unique, the Stainless Steel Zack Vandera Umbrella Stand will catch people's attention from the moment they walk into your home. Its stainless steel design is durable, practical and also typical of modern interior design, of which Zack are true leaders. The stand is the perfect height to fit neatly by your front door and will add a uniqueness which wasn't there before. The stand is perfect for the home or office and will ensure that both are kept clutter free while at the same time adding interest and style to the entrance. A well-designed umbrella stand is a must-have. Available gift boxed, this umbrella stand makes the perfect housewarming or birthday present. Main Features: Finish: Brushed 18/10 stainless steel Height: 49.0cms Diameter: 25.0cms Gift Boxed
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Pocket Mirror
£3.50
Pocket Mirror
Choose from 6 different pretty pocket mirror designs featuring hand-drawn illustrations from different Crumpetty Tree collections. Small enough to fit into your purse, these little mirrors are a useful addition to your make up bag. The unique and sweet prints makes this mirror an ideal gift for children and adult alike, every girl needs one! The options are: 'Flowers', 'Dodo', 'Umbrella day', 'Owl and pussycat', 'origami cranes' or 'two owls' Please select which mirror you would like using the drop down menu. Size: 5.5cm Designed and made in the UK. The mirror is perfect for putting in your handbag or makes a perfect gift for a friend!
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Lumadot LED Umbrella
$29.99 $14.99
Lumadot LED Umbrella
This umbrella is one of our favorite things. For starters, like all good umbrellas should, it keeps you out of the rain. Well, not really. It doesn't actually teleport you from a rainy location to a non-rainy location. Our inventing monkeys are hard at work developing that technology, it may be a few months before we get it perfected. Sadly, we've lost a few Customer Service temps during product testing. We really hope we'll bump into them again on whatever plane or timeline we accidentally sent them. But what this umbrella does (besides keeping you dry) is pretty awesome. With the flick of a switch, it is transformed from a boring black umbrella to a black umbrella with glowing blue raindrops all over it. Flick the switch further and those raindrops will blink! It's deliciously geeky (what geek doesn't like LEDs?) but it's also pretty, which makes it a great gift for the lady in your life who may not be geeky. Buying yourself some cool gadgets and witty t-shirts and don't feel like making a separate purchase for Mother's Day or your girlfriend's birthday? The Lumadot LED Umbrella comes to the rescue! Stay dry, stay safe, and look cool doing it.
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Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
$14.99 $8.99
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.
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