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Broken China Bunnykins Earrings #20,039



These Antique Chinawear "Bunnykins" earrings were created from an English bone china plate. I call these our "running bunny earrings". The "Bunnykins" china was produced by the Royal Doulton manufacturing company which began making ceramic china in 1815. Introduced in 1934 the early Bunnnykins tableware pieces were signed "Barbara Vernon" who originated the artwork. Royal Doulton manufactured the line until 2005. It is currently produced in Asia and remains widely known and a favorite of most. These earrings measure approximately 1/2" square. The ear wires are hypoallergenic surgical steel. Sterling wires are available on request.

I usually find the unique china that I make into jewelry in antique shops and at antique shows. Each design is cut on a porcelain/tile saw, shaped on a grinder, and finished with a silver solder bezel.

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Broken China Bunnykins Earrings #20,039

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