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Lunar a Moon Gazing Hare

This adorable little baby Hare (Leveret) is a life size sculpture and stands approximately 9” high or (22.8cm). Cast in reconstituted stone, and finished in a bronze effect, frost proof so perfect for the garden, or inside.

The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare reflects ancient beliefs. Pagans believed that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, and abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. The hare is known to be sacred to the goddess Eostre and eventually became known as the Easter bunny. At Easter we eat Hot-Cross- Buns, the cross on the bun is said to represent the four quarters of the moon, these buns were originally pagan offerings and were often hung from rafters to scare off evil that lurked in houses.

The spiral is an ancient symbol thought to be the earliest known symbol of spirituality. It’s the symbol of the goddess, fertility, growth, rebirth and continual change. The spiral is said to represent the continued cycle of life and death. It is thought a clockwise spiral represents the first half of life and the anti clockwise spiral represents life in decline and returning to source.

Lunar a moon gazing hare garden ornament

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Lunar Moon gazing Hare


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Order Number MGH-0308

UK Delivery for this item is usually 3 to 5 working days.

If you're outside the UK please ask for a quote, or if you live at the following UK destinations or postcodes: The Highlands and Islands of Scotland – Postcodes: IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, ZE. Northern Ireland, Isle of Man , Isles of Scilly and Isle of Wight – Postcodes: BT, IM, TR21-25, PO30-41. Southern Ireland and the Channel Islands.Thank you.

Lunar Moon Gazing Hare Garden Ornament

Lunar Moon Gazing Hare Garden Ornament Face

Lunar Moon Gazing Hare Garden Ornament Back View

To prolong the hand painted bronze effect finish, avoid placing the ornament in constant direct sunlight.

Reproduced in Cornwall from our original sculpture by Firky.