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Fox Umbrellas

Fox Umbrellas Ltd was founded in 1868 and has been producing the worlds finest umbrellas for over 150 years. All Fox Umbrellas are made in England & their production process has changed very little over the years. To obtain the high quality that the brand require and their customers have come to expect, it is still necessary to rely on the skill of hand workers rather than machines and today the quality and attention to detail are still the hallmark of a Fox Umbrella. If you want the best umbrella, make sure it's a Fox Umbrella.

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Behind The Label

It all started in 1868 during the reign of Queen Victoria.  Mr Thomas Fox opened a shop in Fore Street in the City of London (later becoming London Wall after the bombing during World War Two when the roads were rebuilt) making and selling umbrellas.  Some 12 years later he sold the shop bearing his name to Samuel Dixon, the grandfather of June Dixon.

During World War II the company manufactured flare parachutes which introduced them to the new invention nylon.  The Dixon family was quick to realise the advantages of nylon instead of silk and became the first to introduce the material into umbrella covers and they were first shown to the general public in the "Britain Can Make It" exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, 1946.