The Fife Arms Set of 2 Leaping Hare Plates


The magnificent mountain hare (lepus timidus) is native to the Scottish Highlands. It lives in upland areas and is most common on heathland where it shelters in ‘forms’ – shallow scrapes in heather or earth. When disturbed, it will bound across the hillsides, using its strong hind legs to propel it, often in a zigzag pattern.

A symbol of life and spring, and the precursor to the Easter Bunny, the hare is a fitting guest at the Easter table. These bone china plates – crafted in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the UK’s pottery industry, by Royal Warrant holders Halcyon Days – will have them leaping around your table adding charm and humour to the party.

Set of 2

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The Fife Arms, Mar Rd, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5YN, Scotland.​

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Andy Lovell

Artist, illustrator and printmaker Andy Lovell studied at the Liverpool School of Art and Design. He is inspired by nature – trees, hills and coastlines in particular – and is appreciated for his gestural interpretations of the natural world. Andy is represented in galleries across the UK and his illustrations have appeared in numerous national and international publications.

Halcyon Days

Royal Warrant holder Halcyon Days was established in 1950 as an emporium of antique gifts in Mayfair, London. Its first focus was on reviving the artisan craft of enamelling on copper but as the company grew, so too did its scope. They began to produce ranges of fine bone china, all crafted by hand in artisanal workshops in the West Midlands, the heart of the British pottery industry.

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