Multi Colored Indian Umbrella with Mirrors and Animals

This is such a great umbrella--it's made of thick Indian cotton, and looks fab open or closed. It is covered with stitched animals and patterns, and when it's open, the inside is a carnival with fringe, hanging mirrored stars, another hanging piece in the middle with designs, mirrors, ricrak, and all sorts of fun!. It is on a thick wood pole, and fits in any table, or stand with an umbrella hole. This is featured in the January/February 2011 issue of VERANDA, page 106, in the garden of Tony Duquette's old home. I had never seen another one like mine till this spread. It's a joy and a unique happy item.