Three Hares Roundel
The ancient symbol of the three dancing hares is a puzzle in more ways than one. The design depicts three hares chasing one another in an endless circle with each hare having only one ear, but joined in such a way that they appear to have two. The inscription from John Keats reads: “The hare limp’d trembling through the frozen grass” (The Eve of St Agnes)
This is a hand-crafted ornament made in frost proof casting stone. The Three Hares Roundel is 23cm in diameter and weighs about 1.7kg. All our ornaments are cast and coloured by hand in our workshop in the Netherlands.
Colours can vary from the photo. Because our ornaments are hand crafted and hand-coloured no two pieces are exactly the same.