Description: This design is a combination of ancient Christian symbolism. In the High Middle Ages the three hares symbolized the unity of the Trinity. Many renditions of the three hares can be found in Germany and Switzerland.
A prominent example is the "Three Hares Window" in the Paderborn Cathedral. Three Hares themes can also be seen in the Cathedral of Münster under the vault of the St. John´s Choir (1250) in Germany, the monastery Hardehausen in Eggegebirge (Germany), and on the Riehen estate between Basel and Loerrach (Switzerland).
The original carving from which this mold is made was designed with such skill that although every rabbit appears to have two ears, the entire piece has only three ears.
Size: 3.5" (9.0 cm)
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