Wheel of the Year Umbrella
Wheel of the Year Umbrella
Wheel of the Year Umbrella
Wheel of the Year Umbrella
Wheel of the Year Umbrella
Wheel of the Year Umbrella

Wheel of the Year Umbrella

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€49,99
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€49,99
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€59,99
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Shipped out June 5th!

Update: Due to the popularity of the product I was able to afford to upgrade the umbrellas to an even stronger model, meaning they will withstand wind even better! This caused a small delay and new ship-out date is now June 5th. I apologize for the inconvenience, and hope that once you have your umbrella you'll be happy with the upgrade in the end! ❤️


This limited edition wheel of the year umbrella will help you romanticize those rainy days by having your own private stained glass/tiffany lamp to shade under. A beautiful way to honor the different seasons and festivities, our eternal dance around the sun! 

By purchasing this umbrella, you are supporting a small business and a dream! I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Now off to the specifics: 

- UV resistant! Meaning it makes for the perfect shade not only from rain but also the sun, which makes the colors pop beautifully and casts a beautiful colorful shade. 

- Measures 85x12 cm/ 33x5 inches.

- Very light weight, makes it easy to carry with you or fit in a bag. 

- Durable core design withstands wind. Dont let its gentle appearance fool you! 

- Opens automatically when you press the button. 

- Closes manually by being pulled down

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The Wheel of the Year umbrella celebrates the 8 sabbaths, also known as festivities, of the seasons. 

  1. Samhain (October 31 - November 1): Marking the end of the harvest and the beginning of winter, Samhain is considered the Witches' New Year. It's a time to honor ancestors and loved ones who have passed. The veil between worlds is believed to be thinnest during this time. It corresponds with what we know today as Halloween.

  2. Yule (December 21 - 22): Celebrated at the Winter Solstice, Yule marks the longest night and the rebirth of the Sun. It is a festive time of hope and celebration, often observed with decorations of holly, mistletoe, and Yule logs. Today we know it as Christmas.

  3. Imbolc (February 1 - 2): Imbolc signifies the midpoint between winter and spring. Traditionally, it is a time to honor the Celtic goddess Brigid and celebrate the increasing strength of the sun and the coming of spring.

  4. Ostara (March 21 - 22): Coinciding with the Spring Equinox, Ostara celebrates the balance of day and night. It's a festival of fertility, celebrating new life and growth, often symbolized by eggs and rabbits. This today has become Easter.

  5. Beltane (April 30 - May 1): Beltane marks the beginning of summer and is traditionally a fire festival. It celebrates fertility, love, and the blossoming of life. It's a time for igniting desires and dreams, often celebrated with maypole dances.

  6. Litha (June 21 - 22): Celebrated on the Summer Solstice, Litha is the longest day of the year. It is a time of light, abundance, and the celebration of the sun at its peak power, often observed with bonfires and a connection to nature. Today it is known as Midsummers.

  7. Lughnasadh (August 1 - 2): This festival marks the beginning of the harvest season. It is a time to give thanks for abundance and share with others. Traditionally, it is associated with the Celtic god Lugh and involves feasts, games, and the first harvests like grains and fruits.

  8. Mabon (September 21 - 22): Occurring at the Autumn Equinox, Mabon is a time of balance, reflection, and thanksgiving. It's a celebration of the second harvest and a time to prepare for the coming winter months.

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