Here are my figural napkin rings with rabbits.
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This napkin ring has a rabbit on one side and a leaf with an (easter) egg on the other side, in excellent condition, marked Victor Silver Co. 547.

This figural napkin ring has some similarities to the one above.
There is a similar napkin holder with a rabbit and egg but in this case sitting on a wishbone base.
This is marked Derby silver Co. 546. In very good condition.

This is a very rare napkin ring with a rabbit on either side of the napkin ring (actually holding ring on their backs).
The ring has an embossed edge and is decoratively engraved with leaves and such. Not marked but guaranteed authentic and antique.

  6 x This is a rare napkin ring with two rabbits sitting on a rocky base with a nicely decorated napkin ring behind.
Some marked with the number 68 near the base. The books say this napkin ring was made by Pairpoint.
Others marked Pairpoint and 68.
Even though I have a few of these they are very rare and hard to find in good condition.

This figural napkin ring is similar to the one above in some respects and is also made by Pairpoint Mfg. Co., number 69?, the next in the sequence.
Has a lovely different design to the ring. In excellent condition.

This figural napkin ring has a rabbit sitting under a branch structure with the ring above its head.
Marked Reed & Barton 1520.

This is a c1900 figural napkin ring made by WMF (Germany) with a rabbit standing next to a ribbed napkin holder.

A WMF (German silverplate company that also produced a lot of figurals in the late 1800s/early 1900s) rabbit napkin ring. In exceptional condition.
You would swear it was silver, but I am pretty sure it is silverplate. This probably dates from the 1920s.

A rabbit stands on top of a haxagonal shaped ring which sits on a pedestal.
Not shown in G&W so super rare.
Marked Meriden B Company 367.

2 x A rabbit sits on a circular base with an ornate napkin holder.
Marked Toronto SP Company 1105 KKH

A rabbit is under some leaves and berries next to a log.
Marked Simpson Hall Miller & Co. 210. Shown in G&W page 67, plate 144.
Valued at $350-500 in 1996.

 A rabbit sits next to a tree stump with a label.
This may look like or be a ring holder but because of the label and the fact that there is a similar ring made by Pairpoint,
I think it is a napkin ring. Pairpoint #932.

A large rabbit stand with paws on the napkin holder. Marked Van Bergh SP Co. 67
Shown in G&W page 66, Plate 143.
Valued $200-350 USD in 1996.

This figural napkin ring has the same large rabbit standing on a pedestral on a circular base.
It is not marked as to maker or number, as confirmed by G&W on page 65, plate 140. It was passed at auction at Dan Murpys in 2022,
starting at $425, amount reached not known, estimate $850-1250.   IKH