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Treasure Garden Adds 9-ft.
Pagoda Collar-Tilt Umbrella

Friday, January 11, 2019

The Specialty Collection of umbrellas from Treasure Garden will grow for 2019 with the addition of a new, unique update to the classic Pagoda style umbrella. Available in six dramatic color combinations, the Treasure Garden 9-ft. Pagoda easily operates via a crank lift system and a collar-style tilting mechanism. 

“This updated Pagoda delivers fun designer shade for any Outdoor Room,” said Candy Chase, National Sales manager. “We have put a fresh twist on this Asian inspired umbrella by adding contrasting trim detail on the canopy along each of the 16 curved fiberglass ribs, and have also eliminated the scalloped valances seen on traditional Pagoda-styled umbrellas.”

From dramatic Jockey Red with Black contrasting trim, to cool Aruba Blue with Eggshell trim, this umbrella is sure to “dress up” anyone’s backyard party with flair. All fabrics are 100% solution-dyed acrylic with 100% solution-dyed polyester trim.  

Available on a black fluted aluminum pole, these six color combinations are topped by a stylish, slender black aluminum finial that completes this eye-catching umbrella. 

The Pagoda from Treasure Garden will be on display during the Las Vegas Home and Gift Market in Showroom C-1215 from January 27- 31, 2019.

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