Le Parapluie de Cherbourg x Tournaire model Alchimie

Collection : Umbrellas
450.00 €
Le Parapluie de Cherbourg et la maison de joaillerie Tournaire présente la prapluie Alchimie issu de leur collaboration. Leur amour pour le savoir-faire français a conduit, Charles Yvon et Mathieu Tournaire, les deux créateurs, à collaborer pour créer ce parapluie d’exception, alliant l'héritage de chacune des maisons. Le manche de parapluie en bronze d'art est réalisé au sein de l’atelier de la maison Tournaire à Montbrison. La toile et le mécanisme du parapluie sont par la suite ajoutés à Cherbourg au sein de la Manufacture des parapluies.
Delivery between 1 and 3 weeks

The umbrella's black canvas is embellished with the Tournaire and Cherbourg Umbrella logos, embroidered in gold thread. The umbrella features the shapes of Tournaire 's iconic Alchimie collection: the square, the triangle and the round, representing the past, present and future, symbols of life's journey and man's evolution. A Tournaire x Le Parapluie de Cherbourg in-house tablet is also engraved on the underside of the handle.

Fittings Ring stamped and finished in Ruthenium
Armature Galvanized steel mast and fiber ribs
Diameter 100 cm
Closing Manual
Height 88.5 cm
Opening Automatic
Weight 600 gr
Handle Hand-patinated yellow bronze, polished finish
Fabric Taffeta
Montbrison, Lyon, Paris


Creative jewelers, revolutionize the codes of traditional Jewellery with unusual shapes and colors. Beyond fashion, Tournaire has forged its style of character and elevation by drawing on its travels and encounters.

La Maison Tournaire opened its doors in 1984 in Montbrison, France, and today offers its jewelry in downtown Lyon on Rue Childebert, near Place Bellecour, and in Paris on the famous Place Vendôme. In Montbrison, Lyon and Paris, La Maison de Jewellery also offers a full range of jewelry repair services, jewelry transformation, custom jewelry design, gold buying and jewelry appraisal.

All creations are designed and crafted exclusively in our factory in France. To design and shape their jewelry, the two artist-jewelers use the noblest materials (yellow gold, white gold and gold pink), which can be set with exceptional gemstones selected by expert jewelers.