Designed by James Irvine
Umbrella stand Drip, a design by British designer James Irvine, has a sturdy look. This is in part due to the removable tray, as well as its curved edges. The inside of the frame is fitted with two hooks for small umbrellas.
In epoxy coated steel
Removable black plastic drip tray
31.5cm x 45cm x 31.5cm
Combine Drip with the coat racks Dodici, Quattro and Sei. Also designs by James Irvine.
Handy: the inside of the umbrella stand has two hooks for hanging small umbrellas.
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