The Loriner makes and sells bits, bridles, spurs, stirrups, saddle trees and the minor metal items of a horse’s harness.
The Company’s first Ordinances were granted in 1261, earlier than those of any other craft (except the Cappers, who were later absorbed by the Haberdashers). In 1393 new Ordinances were made, and again in 1489, 1714 and 1741, the last being those by which the Company is governed today.
By a Royal Charter of 1711, in the reign of Queen Anne, the Company achieved incorporation in the style of “The Master, Wardens, Assistants and the Commonalty of Loriners, London”.
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