Mario Talarico Umbrellas

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  1. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    If I didn't lose umbrellas and similar equipment *constatly* I would be jealous. OK, I am anyway, but whatever. Are you still in Europe? I can get anywhere from BUD. Especially away from that fucking girl for anyone who's following, and cares. Tom
    No, I am back in the People's Republic of San Francisco.
     


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    Will Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    No, I am back in the People's Republic of San Francisco.

    Radical cover for a radical city.
     


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    If I didn't lose umbrellas and similar equipment *constatly* I would be jealous. OK, I am anyway, but whatever. Are you still in Europe? I can get anywhere from BUD. Especially away from that fucking girl for anyone who's following, and cares.

    Tom


    Now I'm confused - I thought that the girl was in NY and you are in Budapest?
     


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    Zegnamtl Senior member

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    iammatt,

    Very nice. How was the shop?
    I wanted to visit last year and ran short of time, settled for a james Smith from London on the way back home.
    I have been told the shop is amazing, truth or overstated??
     


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    Iammatt,

    Very nice umbrella. I'm just wondering if they had an all black option?
     


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    Now I'm confused - I thought that the girl was in NY and you are in Budapest?
    Please ignore me, nothing to see here.
     


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    A Harris Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Missed this thread the first time around.

    I found the Talarico site 5 or so years ago, but never managed to figure out how to get an order in. The shipping was the hang-up then, there was something about only using mailboxes etc. service (didn't know they had those in Italy...) and it was like $100. Of course that was back when the Euro was at about 95 cents, so I'm sure the prices are not quite as attractive these days.
     


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    Tomasso Senior member

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    I picked one up at Stefano Ricci several years ago. I believe Bijan carried them as well.
     


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    Gruto Senior member

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    My James Smith & Sons umbrella has a similar virtually seamless join.

    I agree, it looks VERY similar to the James Smith & Sons construction.
     


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    Zegnamtl Senior member

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    Does anyone have his current e-mail address.

    I tried [email protected] earlier today but it bounced back. Maybe the server rejected my pidgin Italian as a matter of principle...


    I believe they did at one time use .com, but have now moved, as others have mentioned to .it

    Judging from the site that now resides at the dot com, I wonder if MT let the url registration slip and someone else grabbed it up.
     


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