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The Lark parasol uses a more traditional construction of gluing the fabric to the ribs. It has a seam in the fabric, unlike the Lily-Lark, which is one piece of fabric attached at the ends.


the Lark parasol


Part of the LARK line, WASET was designed in collaboration with vintage fashion aficionada and Egyptologist Dr. Colleen Darnell, better known by her fans on Instagram as Vintage Egyptologist. WASET was inspired by art on the ceilings of tombs in the ancient city of the same name — the art dates to the 1300’s B.C.E.! It was reinterpreted for our parasols by artist Stefan Jans of the textile studio PRINTS OF ORANGE.


helpful to know

How to open a 'sticky' parasol

Sometimes new bamboo parasols can be a little difficult to open. They need to be 'popped' open, which means to use gentle force to swiftly click it open. Check out our video on how to pop them open.

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