Classic Yellow Umbrella
A Bucklesbury umbrella is not just a practical device for keeping dry, but is also an accessory to complement the quintessential Englishness of classic sartorial style for men and for women whether in town or in the countryside. Each strong umbrella is individually handmade in London, England by skilled craftspeople who have proudly continued the tradition of umbrella production at the same London workshop since 1805.Bucklesbury's classic handmade English umbrellas for men and umbrellas for women are the only umbrellas in the world to carry the ‘Rain Tested In England ™’ trademark in recognition of their provenance in a country that is world famous for its rainy weather.The Bucklesbury Classic Umbrella has a solid wooden core that is sourced from sustainable Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accredited forests in England. Each polished Maple crook handle is scorched by hand using real flames, so that every Bucklesbury umbrella has a completely unique finish.Every strong umbrella is then hand assembled into a high-endurance framework that uses sturdy metal springs that are made in Sheffield, England. The trim is also non-ferrous and the canopy is made of a high-density-weave.PresentationThis Bucklesbury umbrella comes beautifully presented within a 100% cotton bag which is placed into an elegant ‘Rain Tested In England ™’ presentation box measuring 100cm x 12cm x 7cm.
Materials and Provenance
- Crafted from a solid Beechwood core sourced from sustainable Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accredited forests in England.
- Italian-made Polished Maple crook handle that is scorched by hand in England using real flames.
- Hand-assembled high-endurance framework/ribs and sturdy metal springs made in Sheffield, England.
- Non ferrous trim and a high-density-weave polyester canopy.
- 0.5kg weight.
- 91cm umbrella length.
- 106cm umbrella canopy diameter.
Each Bucklesbury umbrella is handmade in London, England by skilled craftspeople who have continued the tradition of umbrella production at the same London workshop since 1805. Follow @Bucklesbury on Instagram to see more images.