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welcome

TO THE COURTESAN WEBSITE

You’ve just found the most unusual greeting card shop in London! At Courtesan, we’re all about personal service and creating handmade and unique gifts for a specialist market.

 

We restore vintage art and photography into bespoke, erotic, and unusual greeting cards and prints, as well as provide digital images you can download.

 

Using only the highest quality materials, our handmade cards, gifts, and prints will bring a smile to someone special in your life and remind you that we can live in a more interesting and unusual world.

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about me

MEET KATE

"What started out as a hobby, became a passion and we're delighted to share it with you.

 

We hope our cards and prints bring some intrigue and fun into our customer's lives and can be unique gifts that show our world is not just vanilla or black and white. We love ideas from our customers so please let us have any feedback or suggestions."

 

Kate, (also a proud member of The Troupe of Slaves), lives by the River Thames in London with Rupert to whom she remains a faithful servant.

 

kate@courtesancards.com

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The Troupe of Slaves

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"We liked to entertain... ourselves mainly... and it was a comedy show much of the time.

 

I was referred to as Old Master, because of my artistic tendencies rather than my age - of course. My trusty assistant and the star of the show, was the inimitable skinny slave. The rest of the cast was a wonderful and courageous collection of 75 non-professional volunteers. I tied my own ropes" 

 

about us

MEET RUPERT

"We believe great companies stem from great employees, which is why we only hire the best, brightest, and friendliest individuals to join our team.

 

...Meet Rupert, head-of-house, general manager, and skilled keyboard sitter."

 

Rupert also resides in London where he likes to ignore his expensive cat bed preferring to sleep in the sink.​