landau carriage is originally named after a German town
where the carriage was first made. They were imported to
Britain in around 1757. In Victorian days, a landau was
something of a status symbol, the mark of a successful man.
In 1890 the carriage would cost around £220.
carriage has been completely renovated. It has been reupholstered
and repainted with approximately eight coats of paint to
give its immaculate finish. The wheels are lined in gold,
topping the rich dark green colour of the carriage. Gold
ribbons hang from the shining brass door handles and lamps.
Decorations can be customised for your own event.The
hood of the landau can be conveniently raised in response
to unpredictable weather conditions.