Alice's White Rabbit. 3-1/4" glass ornament. New in 2010. Inge-Glas No. 1-073-10. Retired 2013. Mouth-blown, hand-painted.
Alice's White Rabbit is a fictional character from Lewis Carroll's book Alice's Adventure in Wonderland
Made in Germany
For Easter: Alice's White Rabbit easily clips-on to greenery, a basket, or a napkin as part of an Easter centerpiece.
With a My Growing Traditions symbol card.
The rabbit brings hope and faith.
Legend: "The Rabbit... Easter has long been celebrated on the first Sunday following the first full moon after March 21st. A contemporary symbol of the Easter Bunny emerged around the 1800s when manufacturers inGermany created bunnies from bread and candy. Rabbits and hares have been universal symbols of faith and hope for centuries and are also representative of the rebirth of nature in spring. Easter announces the beginning of Spring, and more importantly, the resurrection ofChrist. The rabbit is synonymous with the celebration of life and its continuous rebirth. Easter is an excellent time to begin something new or make a change in your life." - Inge-Glas
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