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Vintage umbrella with a yellow, orange, green, and brown retro pattern. Hardware made from a silvery metal, with a hard plastic handle in a lovely light green.

There are no maker's marks.

Measures 26 inches (66 cm) tall when fully extended, and the actual umbrella part measures 36 inches (91.4 cm) in diameter. Measures 20 inches (50.8 cm) when folded down, not including the chain handle.

Excellent vintage condition. All sixteen spokes are in great working condition with no broken pieces, and the covering fabric is firmly attached to each spoke and to the center rod. There is some staining near the very top of the umbrella (see third picture). There is some rust on the release buttons, but all buttons work fine, and umbrella is able to fold down fully.

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Frequently asked questions about VintageSoup

You betcha! Just let me know in the Note to Seller section of the checkout process and tell me what you would like written on the note. Etsy gifts are the best!
Absolutely! If a customer purchases more than one item at the same time, I will pack all the items into one box (or as few boxes as possible) and then refund any shipping money that is left over.
Good question, I get asked this a lot. So most of the items come from local thrift stores like Savers, Goodwill, and some smaller area thrifts. Occasionally items come from garage sales and estate sales. And every once in a while, I'll find an item that fits my fancy at an antique store, usually when I'm down south visiting family.