Friday, April 18

English Garden





As some of you may know, Jared (my amazingly wonderful, talented boyfriend) names all of the creations in The Peach Tree. Quite smashingly, if I do say so myself :) I especially loved this one as it brought about images of the Brittish countryside I so long to visit one day.



From Wiki:

"The term English garden or English park is used in Continental Europe to refer to a type of garden with its origins on the English landscape gardens of the 18th century. The main ingredients of every garden are statues, water, and the surrounding land."



So turn on your romance button, cross a stream over a bridge and settle onto the pond to watch the Koi laze along.

Happy Weekend Everyone!

10 comments:

BackwoodSophisticate said...

Stunning peach!! They are gorgeous! And I love the picture and name.

Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co. said...

Those are wonderful. Great work.

Love the name as well. It fits perfect!

The Stumbly Diva said...

Hey! Thanks for visiting :-) Your blog is one that I will need to visit often. It is so peace-filled and gorgeous. Your New pieces are so lovely...purple is a color that I find irresistable (and red velevet cupcakes too, LOL!).

ppdesigns said...

great name! I always have problems naming my items.

T said...

Those garden photos are lovely! And your english garden piece is so beautiful! I love that your sweetie picks the names, you are right, he's quite good at it :)

Michelle said...

Lovely! Love the photos of the english gardens, too!! =) Happy weekend!

Mrs.French said...

A beautiful name for a beautiful piece. Love your work and your sweet blog too.

Kat Roman said...

How awesome your boyfriend names your pieces. That is way cool. I love those pix they're so inviting and your jewelry is beautiful. Happy Weekend! I'll be digging in the dirt tomorrow. Got me inspired.

Hedgelands Glass Lass said...

Hope you can visit England one day and see those gardens. Lovely collaboration and jewelry!

New England Quilter said...

What a lovely post! I haven't been to England in years. We'll plan a trip to visit our cousins when our little guy is old enough.