DetailsIt is an ancient symbol representing Spring, Fertility and Rebirth. The chasing Hares are powerful symbols of fertility.
They are called Tinners’ Hares because they are found most commonly in churches in the south west of England. They have long been symbols of good luck, change and fecundity for all women. The carving is made of Suar wood and has a hook on the back for hanging and is 180mm across.