This is a late 20th century take on an early 1900's repro white lace parasol that looks the part if you're planning a period wedding or you're just looking for a little added feature and prop for your wedding album!
- The parasol is made from cotton panels with embroidered features of flowers and scrolls, tape lace and medallion stitches and criss-cross thick threads
- I've upcycled the edge all the way round by adding a vintage lace bobbly trim to create a delicate fringe effect
- The parasol handle and pole is made from a beech type wood and the parasol structure and mechanism is a silver coloured metal. The ends of the spokes are covered in long plastic caps through which the ends of the lace points are attached
- The inside of the dome of the parasol is lined with a synthetic satin fabric
- The condition is excellent and the parasol appears never to have been used in fact if anything is a little stiff on opening
- Please note that this parasol is for sun shade and decorative use only and will not offer any protection in the rain!
- The parasol pole from the end of the handle to the tip measures 26ins and when fully open measures 31ins in diameter
This is a very pretty bridal accessory particularly if you're planning a spring or summer wedding!