These plates are made from the skins of real, wild rabbits or hares, and they measure
22" (55 cm) wide and 44" to 46" (110 - 115 cm) long. Compared with the regular
domesticated rabbits we offer from Spain, hare have thinner skins
with fairly consistent coloring and long guard hairs. They are also referred to as
The hides used in making these plates are very thin and old, and may tear if you try to sew them, which makes them ideally suited for low-quality craft projects such as Halloween costumes. They are definitely not for fashion-quality garment making. In general, we recommend our hare-colored Spanish or Moroccan rabbit plates in grades 3 or 4 for a better quality rabbit plate.
Please note we have limited stock available. Once these plates are gone, they are gone. We do not plan to stock more in the future.
Genus and species: Lepus capensis.
Hare are not an endangered species and are not
subject to CITES controls.
A U.S. Fish & Wildlife export
permit is required for all shipments outside of the United States.
Product of China