Oertel Handmade - Classic Maple oversized 10 ribs
A handcrafted gentlemen's umbrella with a continuous stick
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A high-quality gentlemen's umbrella which stands comparison to any british umbrella. Shaft and handle are made of one natural piece of Canadian Maple wood. The wood is stained and has received several coats of lacquer. This umbrella is probably the most solid and best quality made today. The canopy is made of a deep-black polyester twill fabric with small woven effects. The frame consists of 10 ribs and an extremely solid shaft of 20 mm diameter. All technical details normally visible are sewn with fabric making them invisible. No plastic parts are used for this umbrella. The umbrella comes with two holding straps, each with a mother-of-pearl button. It comes with a case made of the same material as the canopy turning the umbrella into a solid walking stick. We also include a black cloth carrying bag to protect the entire umbrella, including canopy and handle.
|Weight in grammes||800|
|Canopy diameter in cm||115|
|Length in cm||96|
For our "Oertel Handmade" umbrellas we order the most exclusive handles made of precious woods, a variety of natural cane materials, as well as nickel-wood combinations, sterling silver, hand-sewn buffalo leather, and mother-of-pearl. We have these umbrellas covered with the most select fabrics from Great Britain (such as original tartans) and Italy. Fabric from the latter country is mainly made in Como on looms used for producing the finest ties. We place great value on using only the best possible frames (e.g., the unbreakable frame made of tempered spring steel), as well as our own 10-piece frames on a steel shaft with 67 cm ribs. All materials, except the handle and canopy, are made of steel, with no plastic parts used at all. These umbrellas are individually handcrafted. Once, the overall combination of materials meets our quality standards does it receive the "Oertel Bremen" band on the handle. This product is extremely strong and robust - made for the worst English weather!
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