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Put a stop to water being trailed around your home from your wet umbrella and find it again easily with this storage solution, umbrella rack is a great accessory to have.
This umbrella stand is an ideal and decorative way to store your umbrellas and walking sticks at home or in the office.
Welcome to our shop, a variety of styles for your purchase. Do not hesitate to buy one to display your favorite your umbrella stand, With it, you will enjoy your happy time.Tired of the wet floors caused by dripping umbrellas? Looking for a place for guests to store those umbrellas on rainy days? Then try this umbrella stand!Name:Umbrella Standmaterial:MetalColor:whiteSize:53X28X56cmFeatures:Collapsible design flexibleStyle:Simple and modernVersatile - Used as art deco that can stand in your home, office, a bar, apartment, hotel and anywhere else that needs an umbrella rack.Box Contains:1 x Umbrella StandTips:This product only contains umbrella stand holder
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Due to manual measurement, the error is normal between l and 2 cm.
Due to factors such as shooting light and display, there may be a slight color difference between the picture and the actual object, The actual color of the final product shall prevail.
If you have any suggestions, please contact us, reliable and friendly customer service will respond within 24 hours
This product only sells umbrella stand, and the picture does not contain other goods.
Thanks to your understanding, the product will have a 1-2cm error due to manual measurement.

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