James Smith & Sons Umbrellas

Hazelwood House



City Umbrella with Carved Airedale Terrier Handle


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GBT-Carved Airdale-Handle Angle
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The Airedale Terrier originated in the valley (dale) of the River Aire, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. The Airedale was extensively used in World War I to carry messages to soldiers behind enemy lines and transport mail. They were also used by the Red Cross to find wounded soldiers on the battlefield. The Airedale terrier head handle that adorns this substantial umbrella is hand carved from beech wood and makes this umbrella an eye catching accessory. Sourced from Italy, the nylon cloth used for the cover of the umbrella is densely woven and extremely durable. Handmade using the strongest materials available, this umbrella is a trusted companion that will keep you dry for years to come.

Length: 93cm (36.6”)

Canopy Diameter: 104cm (40.9”)

Weight: 600 grams

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Black, Brown, Holly, Navy