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Ceramic white rabbit home decor knick nack.

It's white. as for the size, it's ears stand about 4 1/2 inches tall.
it's JUST UNDER 4 inches from front to back
and about 3 inches wide.
there's a hole in the bottom and the back.

this bunny is adorable I have carried it with me everytime I've moved. Something about it just gives me joy =3

this little bunny has traveled with from the Northeast (Connecticut) and down back to Alabama. I love this little guy. He would make a nice addition to any little ceramic or bunny aficionado's collection.

As per usual, i like to tell you when animals and symbols mean, so as you know Bunnies represent fertility and REBIRTH. here is an excerpt from wikipedia about rabbits =3

(Rabbits are often used as a symbol of fertility or rebirth, and have long been associated with spring and Easter as the Easter Bunny. The species' role as a prey animal also lends itself as a symbol of innocence, another Easter connotation.
Additionally, rabbits are often used as symbols of playful sexuality, which also relates to the human perception of innocence, as well as its reputation as a prolific breeder.
The rabbit often appears in folklore as the trickster archetype, as he uses his cunning to outwit his enemies.
-In Aztec mythology, a pantheon of four hundred rabbit gods known as Centzon Totochtin, led by Ometotchtli or Two Rabbit, represented fertility, parties, and drunkenness.
-In Central Africa, "Kalulu" the rabbit is widely known as a tricky character, getting the better of bargains.[citation needed]
-In Chinese literature, rabbits accompany Changes on the Moon. Also associated with the Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year), rabbits are also one of the twelve celestial animals in the Chinese Zodiac for the Chinese calendar. It is interesting to note that the Vietnamese lunar new year replaced the rabbit with a cat in their calendar, as rabbits did not inhabit Vietnam.
A rabbit's foot is carried as an amulet believed to bring good luck. This is found in many parts of the world, and with the earliest use being in Europe around 600 B.C.[29]
-In Japanese tradition, rabbits live on the Moon where they make mochi, the popular snack of mashed sticky rice.)

Vintage White Rabbit -- Home Decor Bunny Rabbit


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: cermaic
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 29 reviews
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