Bunnykins tableware was introduced in 1934 and needs very little introduction to most folks. Manufactured by Royal Doulton of England, the little bunny dishes were used by Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret and then became a must have gift for birthday parties and baby showers. These cute bunnies are known now by almost every Nursery, Mother and Child around. Various trademarks have been used through the years, all I believe feature the same three rabbits along with the crest, lion, and "Made in England". The copyright date of 1936 is still being used today and does not indicate the year made.
This Bunnykin plate features a Campsite where the bunny family (along with a few mice) has pitched a tent and started their camp fire. One bunny is chopping wood and all have generally set about doing the chores associated with camping. The plate has a few minor utensil marks but is in otherwise Excellent Condition. No chips, nicks, breaks or crazing.
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