Popular with royalty both north and south of the border, The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was allegedly first brought from France to the UK by Mary Queen of Scots, on her return home in the 16th Century. Devoted to the breed, it is reported that after her beheading in 1587, a small spaniel was found lodged in the Queen’s petticoats, where she lay.
Of course, the naming of the breed took place later in the 17th Century, during the reign of King Charles I and his son Charles II, making them a firm favourite amongst the royal and domestic households alike.
At Ollie & Ivy, our regal doggie chums represent the quintessential cottage and historic gardens of Britain throughout the years.
Browse our King Charles Collection and be dazzled by our chocolate box bouquets and garden-style arrangements, that capture the essence of yesterday.
The Ollie & Ivy Flower Collections
The Flower Collections
The Bichon Frise
Romantic pastel shades mixed with French sophistication.
The King Charles
Cottage garden blooms combine with regal pomp and yesteryear charm.
The West Highland
Rustic warm hues blend together the rugged Scottish landscape.
Seasonal arrangements carefully curated by Yorkshire's finest dog.
We Bring Flowers to you
Our custom-made horse-box is designed to bring beautiful blooms to you!
We can be found at events, festivals and farmers’ markets across the UK and if you’d like, we’d be happy to be part of your celebrations too.
Being the intrepid explorers that we are, we are always happy to visit new locations and make new friends.
So please feel free to get in touch and let us know where you’d like to see us!