Pair of Hare Curtain Holdbacks


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In collaboration with the Natural History Museum

  • Part of the Mix and Match range
  • Pair of holdbacks
  • Fittings included
  • Detailed Hare design
  • Antique brass finish

An essential addition to your window, introducing the exquisite pair of Hare curtain holdbacks, part of our Mix and Match range, these not only serve purpose but also adds a touch of elegance and charm to your curtains. With the fittings included, you can easily install them and instantly transform the look and feel of your space. These holdbacks feature intricate detailing, capturing the essence of natural beauty. The stunning antique brass finish adds a touch of vintage allure, elevating the overall aesthetics.

Natural History Museum x Dunelm

The wild and rugged expanses of moorland habitats have been a rich source of inspiration to poets, playwrights and authors for generations. While they may at first glance appear desolate, in fact they support an array of specialist wildlife, from red deer and mountain hares to birds of prey such as hen harriers and merlins. Often dominated by heather, moorlands are also characterised by low-growing shrubs, grasses and bog-mosses often on damp peaty soils. Bog-mosses or Sphagnum form ‘living carpets’ that absorb vast amounts of carbon, so it is vitally important that we protect these habitats. Through our collection with the Natural History Museum, we want to draw attention to these incredible landscapes, treasured by walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

© The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London 2023. All Rights Reserved.


Product Dimensions

L 17cm x W 8.8cm x D 8.9cm

Natural History Museum
Care Instructions
Wipe clean with a soft cloth
Resin 70%, Mild Steel 30%
Pack Contents
2 x Holdbacks

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