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This is the story of the Hare in the Moon which appears in many folk stories from India and China. In this scene, the Hare is explaining to a disguised Lord Buddha why he hasn’t brought him what he asked for like all the other animals of the earth have.
But he tells Lord Buddha not to worry b/c he’s building a fire and planning to cook himself for the Lord’s dinner. Lord Buddha declares the Hare the most hospitable animal on earth and rewards him with immortality.
Sculpted parts over inverted, antique, grave-site flower holder. Hammered metal cone for a crown. Illustrated with colored slips and finished at cone 1 in an electric kiln with a satin clear glaze.