Maybe you have seen my post of three weeks ago where I told you about my grapevine and the engravings of grapes I had bought. Here.
I told you how proud I was of my grapevine growing at the wall of our orangerie.
Well, so now I can show you our beautiful, delicious grapes!!!
We had 2 of these dishes filled with grapes!
They are not only very delicious, but they are so beautiful to decorate!!
Here you can see them on the cabinet in my kitchen.
And every time one of us is passing, we can not resist the temptation!!!
And the engravings are framed now and hung in our orangerie.
This picture is not so good, but later on I will show you the etchings again when I do a post about our orangerie.
Have a wonderful weekend,
Greet, your grapes look both beautiful and delicious! Your home is so lovely – I must go look for more photos of it. Have a lovely weekend!
Greet, I adore the prints – they are gorgeous.
Your engravings are beautiful, and I always love it when we get to see inside your gorgeous home.
Your grapes are doing so well!! I have them growing along the lower edge of my pergola roof, but they keep falling prey to these striped caterpillas that eat all the leaves! So now I have just grape vines… no leaves 🙁
The grapes looks so good and the pictures are really at the right place. You have a wonderful home ! Have I said that earlier ??
Hoi, via de Blog Room Seventeen van Hennie kom ik hier langs, mijn nieuwsgierigheid was gewekt na het zien van de prachtige foto's. Je heb een prachtige Blog en ik kom hier zeker vaker langs.
* GOODNESS GRACIOUS, GREET!!! What GORGEOUS GRAPES you have GROWN!!! And they're GOOD, too???? (That means "LIFE IS GOOD!")~~~
Enjoy a GRAND, BELGIAN WEEKEND, GIRLFRIEND!
Linda in AZ *
Hi Greet. Wonderful etchings…isn't it wonderful growing your own grapes? And I love your orangerie! Have a wonderful weekend with your family. XO Trish
Greet, so fun to see a glimpse of your kitchen – love those lamps!
Both the grapes and the etchings are wonderful, but what I really appreciate is the way you have established a connection between your home and your garden by clelbrating the grape–and your gorgeous wine cellar is yet another link in this connection that lends an atomosphere of comfort and cohesiveness to the warm and welcoming home you have so beautifully created. ~Jermaine~
They must have been delicious! I was looking forward to the picture of the empty bowl!!!The etchings are beautiful. I also like the green vase on the cabinet…Is it Juliska?
oh, Greet your post brings happy memory from my life in Ukraine when our delicious grape would come from my parents' dacha and my grandparents farm. my grandparents had many kinds of grapes, white, dark purple, light purple. they also made wine and it was the best wine ever.
now my grape comes from a supermarket 🙁
very nice, i know how it feels to bring things in from the garden, it's something you can't have for any money.
I gave no garden, but when i grow things at my parents 😉
Thanks for posting.
lovely blog…. glad to have found you. x pam
Greet, the prints are stunning! Just beautiful, I love them. Lidy