The Mulliner name and its association with fine craftsmanship can be traced as far back as the 16th Century when early records listed them as “carriers and saddlers”. But real prominence came to the Mulliner family when they were commissioned to build carriages for the Royal Mail in 1760. By the late 19th Century they were hand-crafting the coachwork for the new “horseless carriage”. And today, a hundred years later, the Mulliner name still resonates with the bespoke luxury of the world’s finest carriages and cars.

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Details: Bentley UK

Photographer: Tim Wallace

The Mulliner name and its association with fine craftsmanship can be traced as far back as the 16th Century when early records listed them as “carriers and saddlers”. But real prominence came to the Mulliner family when they were commissioned to build carriages for the Royal Mail in 1760. By the late 19th Century they were hand-crafting the coachwork for the new “horseless carriage”. And today, a hundred years later, the Mulliner name still resonates with the bespoke luxury of the world’s finest carriages and cars.

Ref: AL0410A

Details: Bentley UK

Photographer: Tim Wallace