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post #481 of 635
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O_O

The only problem is if all gets too wild and extreme, and I can't keep the shaft in a tight grip, it gets completly out of control and I can find myself getting drenched almost immediately, especially if it's really coming down.....
post #482 of 635
Met Gilbert today, what a nice gentleman, looked at a Cherry Solid stick umbrella.

Anyone know anything about SAB Piccadilly collection?
post #483 of 635
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Met Gilbert today, what a nice gentleman, looked at a Cherry Solid stick umbrella.
Anyone know anything about SAB Piccadilly collection?
pricing?
post #484 of 635
The Smith pieces in this thread are truly great.

Here are some photos I took of Talarico's shop. I have more than aren't just close-up pictures of handles. I may try to post those later.
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post #485 of 635
Thinkderm, Gilbert was charging me $250 for a solid stick Cherry wood.


Do you know anything about SAB Piccadilly collection
post #486 of 635
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Thinkderm, Gilbert was charging me $250 for a solid stick Cherry wood.
Do you know anything about SAB Piccadilly collection
Don't know anything about the SAB piccadilly collection. Good price for solid stick cherry - what type of canopy though? Gilbert was supposed to make me a brolly a while ago, but we never finalized the details. I think I have enough anyway - see my tumblr.
post #487 of 635
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Thinkderm, Gilbert was charging me $250 for a solid stick Cherry wood.
Do you know anything about SAB Piccadilly collection
Please post photos once completed.
post #488 of 635
Cherry wood and nylon from Gilbert Center in Brooklyn.
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I'll work on better pictures when we get better weather in NY.
post #489 of 635
I didn't realize Gilbert made umbrellas. He repaired one of my SABs and actually picked it up at my Manhattan hotel and delivered it when it was finished. Great guy!
post #490 of 635
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That ain't no woman! It's a man, man!
- Austin Powers

AHHAHAHAHAHA. Hilarious.
post #491 of 635
When does one have one umbrella too many? I have four umbrellas from Brigg and James Smith.

Now the question is -- Should I buy the Prince of Wales Brigg umbrella? They'd probably go on sale year-end and be in the region of 270 pounds!
Edited by bboysdontcryy - 11/17/12 at 3:08pm
post #492 of 635
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When does one have one umbrella too many? I have four umbrellas from Brigg and James Smith.
Now the question is -- Should I buy the Prince of Wales Brigg umbrella? They'd probably go on sale year-end and be in the region of 270 pounds!
I've been thinking about a Brigg Prince of Wales for my next one. Similar to you I currently have four. The PoW would be a nice addition.
Edited by JayJay - 11/18/12 at 5:08am
post #493 of 635
Thank you. That was the 'go-ahead'?
post #494 of 635
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Thank you. That was the 'go-ahead'?
Yes! There's always room for one more. nod[1].gif
post #495 of 635
For my black tie I always take an umbrella with me, considering a fox is our family emblem I got these from Fox Umbrellas in London, appropriate no?


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