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Anyone know if/how I can source a full size Davek umbrella in the UK, or do I have to get one sent over from the States? Plus does anyone have experience of how wind-resistant they are??
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HY=Howard Yount.

Negative on HY.

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Thanks
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so who makes HY's umbrella?
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so who makes HY's umbrella?

Not sure. I'll see what I can find out.

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Gosh this thread has gone quiet.... Expecting our first real storm of the autumn tomorrow (ex-hurricane Gonzalo) although its a modest 50mph predicted rather than some of the violent storms we had last winter. I had to get my cherry wood solid stick Brigg repaired after it was torn inside out one evening last December, and then my beautiful Longchamp brolly and my 10-rib James Smith also had to be put back together after the winds blew them to bits in January and February respectively......
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Gosh this thread has gone quiet.... Expecting our first real storm of the autumn tomorrow (ex-hurricane Gonzalo) although its a modest 50mph predicted rather than some of the violent storms we had last winter. I had to get my cherry wood solid stick Brigg repaired after it was torn inside out one evening last December, and then my beautiful Longchamp brolly and my 10-rib James Smith also had to be put back together after the winds blew them to bits in January and February respectively......

 

 

In a blower like this its best to go out in a beaver fur felt hat, you can still keep your bits in one hand and the other on your lid no matter the gusts.  Not worth risking a decent brolly in a real wind.

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In a blower like this its best to go out in a beaver fur felt hat, you can still keep your bits in one hand and the other on your lid no matter the gusts.  Not worth risking a decent brolly in a real wind.

Managed to avoid the rain on Tuesday so my 10-rib James Smith gents umbrella was spared, but I LOVE hats and wear them almost every day in winter. Was wearing my red fedora yesterday and had to keep a really tight grip on that as the gusts were ferocious. I have about as many hats as I have umbrellas....
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pls help me id the maker (and i don't think it's burbery) :worship:

 

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Well if its made in Italy its most likely to be Maglia http://www.ombrellimaglia.it/, though there could be other volume umbrella makers left in Italy that aren't online.

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Well if its made in Italy its most likely to be Maglia http://www.ombrellimaglia.it/, though there could be other volume umbrella makers left in Italy that aren't online.

Thank you:slayer:

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