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Three Hares,


The hare was a sacred and mystical animal to the Celts, a symbol of abundance, prosperity & good fortune. They were believed to have connections to the Otherworld, which in my book, is rather cool :)

The Three Hares can be seen on pre Christian & Chrsitmas architecture throughout Europe, & according to Wikipedia,  dates as far back as the 6th century, travelling via the silk route from China. 

There are many churches and chapels in Devonshire that feature the Three Hares, or the Tinners Rabbits, some include Chagford, Sampford Courtenay and Spreyton. I think one day I will go on a little Tinner Rabbits picnic crawl with the family :)


This is a Giclee Fine Art print, produced using archival premium quality Canon Lucia 280gsm, soft white 25% cotton fine art paper. By Iris print.


I can add gold leaf stars to the image (no extra cost) They go well with the design, and catch the light beautifully, adding a little magic :)


Available as...

  • Naked Print: (no mount, no frame) image size 38/38cm    £80.00
  • Naked Print: (no mount, no frame) image size 27/27cm    £40.00

 (27/27cm fits some pre made frames)


Many thanks, Araminta

Three Hares PRINT

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