It’s terribly windy out tonight even though it’s been warm enough to melt snow today. It’s getting closer to Easter and spring time and that means we’ll have a passel of bunnies in our yard. I like rabbits except when they eat my zinnias.
Here’s a bunny that will never ever get into the zinnias or the pansies or anything else. Milk glass bunny rabbit is a small box with a bunny on the top and a picket fence shaped bottom. Mr. Bunny has pink ears and a pink nose and is too cute to not show off on this February Pink Saturday.
Westmoreland made this rabbit box. It’s a neat piece and fits well with their line of chickens on a nest and other animals on small boxes. These little treasure boxes are great gifts and are perfect to stash your earrings or a roll of stamps or your sticky notes and paper clips. The bunny is about the cutest shape I’ve seen.
Westmoreland made a ton of milk glass in the 1970s. I got this piece at an auction where the owner had gone to Westmoreland’s going-out-of-business sale and had quite a bit of glass, mostly white milk glass in different patterns. I got this box and a few small baskets that have since sold.
I hope you liked seeing my Westmoreland milk glass bunny with his cute pink nose!
Shopping Information: We have Mr. Bunny in our store Cat Lady Kate’s Elegant and Depression Glass.
Thanks for visiting our Pink Saturday pink depression glass post this week, and as always a big thank you to Beverly of How Sweet the Sound for organizing this fun event. Please be sure to visit the other bloggers to see how pink we can be.