Triple hares

The three hares or “Tinner’s Rabbits” is a motif found in architectural carvings found all over Southern England and Europe. Hares are often seen as symbols of fertility and creativity. When used on churches – this symbol would be seen to represent the Trinity.

Appearing on the Silk Road as far back as the 7th century – the Buddhist meaning of the three hares was peace and tranquility. Whatever the auspicious symbolism, may they bring you joy.

Please contact me for availability. $30-50

The three hares or “Tinner’s Rabbits” is a motif found in architectural carvings found all over Southern England and Europe. Hares are often seen as symbols of fertility and creativity. When used on churches – this symbol would be seen to represent the Trinity.

Appearing on the Silk Road as far back as the 7th century – the Buddhist meaning of the three hares was peace and tranquility. Whatever the auspicious symbolism, may they bring you joy.

Please contact me for availability. $30-50

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