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Faberge Eggs

Gigantic Easter eggs are beginning to descend on Rockefeller Plaza.  Part of a massive Easter Egg Hunt organized by Faberge, more two hundred giant eggs designed by artists and companies are now being collected from around the city and displayed in front of 30 Rock.

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Gigantic Easter eggs are beginning to descend on Rockefeller Plaza. Part of a massive Easter Egg Hunt organized by Faberge, more two hundred giant eggs designed by artists and companies are now being collected from around the city and displayed in front of 30 Rock. If you fall in love with one of the eggs, they’re being auctioned off and you can bid on them online until April 25th. But beware, they are a bit pricey.

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The Humpty Dumpty Egg is signed by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and was designed by students at The Prince’s Drawing School.

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A little girl pauses to take in the beautiful Miotto Mosaics egg. Many of the eggs are free standing displays, so they can be touched without penalty.

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Ralph Lauren’s egg, with a current bid of $6,500, brings the American Wild West to Manhattan.

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And he even wears the official RRL jeans.

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Diane von Furstenberg’s egg proclaims “Love is Life” and is currently priced at $2,000.

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Artist Jill Ricci designed an egg which incorporates over twenty layers of paint, gold leaf, paper, UV gloss, hand-tinted Venetian plasters and more.

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Cadogan Tate is a company that deals with the shipping and packaging of Fine Art, so it is fitting that their egg resembles a crate.

Cadogan Tate is a company that deals with the shipping and packaging of Fine Art, so it is fitting that their egg resembles a crate.

Mary Kozelka
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