With long ears and even longer legs, hares are instantly recognisable. In this sculpture, the hares are depicted in their famous, frantic boxing stance. Bring the wild landscapes to your home by placing the duo on a windowsill so they can be enjoyed from both outdoors and in.
Bring the wild landscapes of the great outdoors into your home with this pair of boxing hares. The boxing duo are perfect for adding interest to a set of shelves or beside a fireplace.
Brown hares are famous for their frantic boxing during the mating season of March. This sculpture catches them perfectly in this iconic stance. A rustic look with a modern style, place the boxing hares as a feature amongst outdoor furniture or indoors they would look fabulous next to open log fire.
With a fluffy short tail, long distinctive ears and twitching whiskers, it’s hard to see how anyone could resist this delightful sculpture. The hare’s long legs help it run from predators in a zigzag pattern. Watch your hare hop along your patio or around your living room, bringing a smile to the faces of anyone who catches them bouncing by.Position a group of hares together to replicate the social nature of these animals or place on in a child’s bedroom to make their bedtime stories come to life. As one of the cutest sculptures in the Pangea range, wherever you decide to place your new addition, it’s sure to charm.