Hares are synonymous with the British countryside.  You know spring has arrived when you catch a glimpse of their boxing antics.  As these mammals decline in numbers they are being honoured by designers making home accessories, decorative objects, wall art and tableware.  You’ll find them cast as animal ornaments and adorning everything from prints, cushions, plates and jugs.  I’ve found some handsome hare home accessories for you to admire.

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Tumbling Hare Cushions from Helkatdesign at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

Hare Decorative Home Accessories

If you love animal ornaments then I’m sure you’ll find Hector Hare adorable.  This ceramic sculpture has been hand-painted and is ideal for gracing your mantelpiece or curiosity cabinet.  The measurements are 35cm tall – £310 from Roost Living at notonthehighstreet.com.

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Hector Hare from Roost Living at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

This resin Sitting Hare is perfect for standing on your fire hearth or in the corner of your living room.  The measurements are 62cm high, 19cm wide and 29cm in depth – £70 from Graham & Green.

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Sitting Hare from Graham & Green (Picture Affiliate Link)

The beautiful solid bronze cast Miniature Boxing Hares Statue has been decorated and finished using traditional methods.  It captures the hares as they box, one is in mid-flight with paws at the ready to do battle.  Full of fine detail, this piece would make a thoughtful gift for an animal lover or eighth-year anniversary commemorations.  The measurements are 7cm high – £59 from Ginger Rose at notonthehighstreet.com.

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Miniature Boxing Hares Statue from Ginger Rose at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

More Hare Home Accessories

The eccentric Madam Hare Portrait features a print on top of a 1800s dictionary page.  This is a one of a kind piece of wall art because each has been printed onto a genuine antique page.  It will be beautifully aged with a natural mellow ivory patina which just adds to the vintage appearance.  It’s quite unusual so would make a unique gift for a creative friend.  The measurements will fit a 20cm x 25.5cm frame – £10 from The Lost Lanes.

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Madam Hare Portrait from The Lost Lanes

Hares can be found boxing on the hand-printed Tumbling Hare Cushion.  Nice touch with the stitched detailing which gives it a dollop of rustic charm.  This has been made by Helkatdesign who take inspiration from British symbols and icons.  They use vintage fabrics for their cushions.  It comes with a choice of duck feather or hollow fibre inner.  The measurements are 50cm x 50cm – £58 from Helkatdesign at notonthehighstreet.com.

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Tumbling Hare Cushion from Helkatdesign at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

Carola Van Dye is known for her British countryside inspired textiles.  She now has a range of tableware featuring our favourite animals which include hares.  Her porcelain plate set features a hare alongside a stag, badger and fox.  The measurements are 7.5” in diameter – £29.95 from Ginger Rose at notonthehighstreet.com.

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Hare Plate from Ginger Rose at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

Katharine Pollen also features British animals in her designs.  This Leaping Hare Jug has been illustrated with boxing hares in the British countryside.  The fine bone china jugs are produced in Stoke on Trent and then hand finished in Katharine’s studio in Bath.  The measurements are 11cm high, 7cm in diameter with a capacity of 340ml – £18 from Katharine Pollen at notonthehighstreet.com.

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Leaping Hare Jug from Katharine Pollen at notonthehighstreet.com (Picture Affiliate Link)

Buy These Hare Home Accessories

If you like the items I’ve mentioned in this feature you can find the links through to the online shops below.

Roost Living, Ginger Roade, Heltkatdesign and Katharine Pollen at notonthehighstreet.com Affiliate Link: notonthehighstreet.com
Graham & Green Affiliate Link: Graham & Green
The Lost Lanes Link: The Lost Lanes

Author: Homegirl London.  Photographs: Roost Living, Graham & Green, Ginger Rose, The Lost Lanes, Helkatdesign and Katharine Pollen.  Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partner links – notonthehighstreet.com and Graham & Green (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).

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