Artisan’s of Seville is our hand-made wonderful line of Spanish pottery.All products are hand-made, hand-painted and triple glazed.Our patches are also a popular & inexpensive stocking stuffer! I sold my first photo-based t-shirt, designed and made in my East Village apartment, at a designer market on Mulberry Street.We started with t-shirts, then later came stationery products, metal prints, and leather accessories, such as wallets, cardholders, passport holders, and luggage tags.The procession was held with a huge bull's head pushed along on wheels by 16 men. By the 1730s, Mardi Gras was celebrated openly in New Orleans, but not with the parades we know today.Later, Rex would parade with an actual bull, draped in white and signaling the coming Lenten meat fast. In the early 1740s, Louisiana's governor, the Marquis de Vaudreuil, established elegant society balls, which became the model for the New Orleans Mardi Gras balls of today.
In 1704, Mobile established a secret society (Masque de la Mobile), similar to those that form our current Mardi Gras krewes. In 1710, the "Boeuf Gras Society" was formed and paraded from 1711 through 1861.Here, single men from all around the world meet their prospective wives from Slavic countries.Our goal is to connect lonely hearts from all over the globe and facilitate the interaction between potential lovers.After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, people who lived in the former republics got an unrestricted access to the Western world and vice versa.Today, love literally has no boundaries thanks to modern means of communication.These include anniversaries of the Monarch's birthday, official birthday, accession and coronation.