Mr. and Mrs. Bunnykins and brood were introduced in 1934.
The artwork was created by the daughter of the general manager of Doulton chinaware. Her name was Mary Barbara Bailey.
Sister Bailey was not a professional illustrator, but a nun.
Bunnykins china depicted cute rabbits dressed in clothes, in small-town English scenes.
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret ate off of Bunnykins china when they were tots.
Bunnykins china is still being made today. And they remain a popular gift to give to children in Great Britain.