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Cthulhu says:

"Cthulhu likes magic. Cthulhu also likes bunnies. So what could be charming than an antique rabbit coming out of a magician's hat? Cthulhu has never seen an antique such as this in all his travels-it's cool factor is nearly off the charts!
Our clever little friend is happily perched halfway out of his home-probably due to the fact that he pulled the ultimate disappearing act and forever eluded his magician. Mr. Bunny is surprisingly heavy for his diminutive size, which should be expected due to his iron composition.
Cthulhu thinks this piece would be a terrific complement to any magician's collection, and would add a stylish touch to a desk or shadow box.
Cthulhu would also like to point out that Mr. Bunny is quite old, and he was not made with "fancy" expertise. It appears that his left ear was strengthened by the same material the craftsman used to attach Mr. Bunny to the hat and create Mr. Bunny's back. Fortunately, Mr. Bunny's extreme age has given the entirety of this item an incredible patina that thoroughly transcends these tiny details."

Info:

Mr Bunny is approximately 3 inches high, and 2.5 inches wide.

Circa Late 1800's Magician's Rabbit Cast Iron

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: iron
  • Only ships to United States from Connecticut, United States.
  • Feedback: 4 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people

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