The Clarence Horsedrawn Carriage
Spacious, glass panelled coach enclosed
against the elements
This closed horsedrawn carriage is suitable for both winter and
summer weddings. The front is glass panelled, it's common name is
"Glass Coach". So the bride can be seen at all times
It was built in Birmingham in 1914 by John Marston and seats 4.
The interior is in the original leather finish.
It is pulled by a pair or team of four horses. The wheels and undercarriage
of both wedding carriages are painted green with gold coachlines.
Your Coachman and groom dress in matching dark green livery coats.