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autumn harvest, orange vintage lolita parasol, perfect for victorian and edwardian fashion as well. pretty and unique translucent bakelite(?) handle turns dark towards the bamboo shaft. super dome shape and beautiful intended fade of the fabric from bottom to top. we used this in a photoshoot the other day and it was smashing ~ so pretty in the sun! parasol is in great condition with some expected slight aging and minimal discoloration of the fabric, opens and shuts easily, fabric is taut.

some small holes and distressing throughout the fabric (see pictures), one spoke tip has popped off but can be stitched back on (this is easily accomplished with two stitches of industrial strength thread, no sewing skills necessary.) the popped spoke tip does not affect the functionality of the parasol.

i just tested it in the rain, it is waterproof and doesn't leak. can be used as an umbrella.

the flattening in the fourth picture is due to the angle of the camera, the shape of the canopy is fine. the black dot you see on one of the panels is the tie snap and not a blemish.

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Age: pre-1960s
Circumference (inches): 34
Length Tip to Handle (inches): 25
Number of Spokes: 16

Disclaimer : i'm not a vintage appraiser but i'll thoroughly explain the item and post good pictures. please convo me if you have any questions.

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Orange Victorian Parasol Autumn Harvest


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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