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Year of the Rabbit

 Canterbury Buttermarket with Christchurch Gate left, next to the Cathedral Gate Hotel that this model is based on. By Peter Livesey.

 Fourth in the 12 year cycle, rabbits are a lucky sign. They are said to be private, quiet and likeable, enjoying the company of friends and entertaining. Lanterns are lit for all signs at the Chinese New Year.

This Spice and Lantern Emporium is the first in a series based on UK China Towns. Each ceramic features one of the 12 zodiac animals that mark the Chinese New Years. This rabbit is actually a hare, as China has no native rabbits but seven hare species!

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Hazle Ceramics
Year of the Rabbit
& Oriental Spices
Limited Painting 36/50
No ‘unlucky’ 4s so just 36
ceramics within this LP50!
on Canterbury Burgate

£75.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 2011 is the Year of the Golden Rabbit when the wish-granting of a conjoined Sun and Moon increases. Gazing into a full moon enhances this!

 At The Buttermarket’s centre, the War Memorial is a place where people can sit, meet or even play music. By Peter Livesey.

 Ginger jars used for spices in windows above.

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