Several years ago, I hand-carved a wooden rabbit in the form of a netsuke (Japanese sculpture used to secure their inro, or medicine box, to the sash of kimono). Eventually, a friend laser-scanned the carving and sent me the 3D file, which I've improved on computer adn brought to Shapeways. Even now, the bunny continues to evolve!
While netsuke like this were traditionally used as part of Japanese attire/accessory, this bunny will be just at home on a your desk, bookshelf or coffee table.
This bunny takes the name "Chanford" bunny, as a spoof on the famous "Stanford bunny" which was used as a test model for a lot of early computer graphics.