It is a classical bat umbrella.
Maehara is a series that is secretly popular in the image of 16 bones, and the thin-rolled silhouette gives an English impression and goes well with a stylish and smart style.
The characteristic shape when opened is a technique called "valley dropping" that gives a subtle curve to both sides of one piece of fabric and drops the center of the piece like a deep valley.
Although it is a general eight-bone, it is one that is packed with craftsmanship and commitment.
|Manufacturer||Maehara Koei Shoten|
|Country of origin||Tokyo, Japan|
|Material||Rib: 8 bones (steel), fabric: 100% polyester, middle bar: oak|
|Size||φ41.73" * 36.20", Bones: 65(畳んだ長さ: 92, 開いた直径: 106, 親骨: 65cm)|
|Note||Includes handle decoration tassel (wooden bunch) and umbrella bag.
*Scotch tape may be attached to the middle bar. This is to prevent damage caused by bones, so please do not remove it.
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|
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