The British fashion company was founded in 1971 by Roger Saul in Somerset, England. Specialising in small leather goods, ready-to-wear items and home interior ware, the brand is most famous for the ‘Bayswater’ handbag.
Taking its name from a sought after area of London, the Bayswater was London’s answer to the Hermès Birkin handbag. Being quintessentially British, the Bayswater proved to be fashionable in both town and country. Recently seen on Meghan Markle, the Bayswater has had a revival and is now more popular than ever.
All Mulberry handbags sell extremely well at our Objects of Desire auctions. A classic black Bayswater fetched £420 plus BP at our February 2017 sale and A Mulberry 'Alexa' shiny oak leopard print leather satchel sold for £180 plus BP. The star lot for the February sale was a rare full-size wardrobe trunk which sold for £3,600 plus BP.
Should you wish to discuss the value of your Mulberry, please contact our specialist Prudence Hopkins.