There are numerous methods and styles of decorated eggs. Some of the most famous were created by Peter Carl Fabreg頨1846-1920) from gold, silver, and various gemstones. Eggs can be painted, carved, etched and embellished to created decorative objects including carriages, ornaments, and jewelry boxes.
Web ring for egg artists.
Eggshell jewelry featuring Swarovski crystal, supplies, and decorated designs for special occasions.
Designs in many styles and varieties by multiple artists.
A wide variety of unique cut designs inspired by the artist's life events.
The works of Chieko Inoue who teaches egg art in Japan.
Ornaments made from chicken eggs that have been cut, painted, and decorated. Offers instruction booklet.
Informational page displaying elegant Faberge designs. Upcoming shows are listed.
Kats Korner presents the work of well-known artist who passed away January 27, 1998.
A wide variety of eggshell designs by Tina Munsford. Decorating techniques include polymer clay, psyanky, etching, carving and sculpting.
Ostrich, emu, rhea, goose and chicken eggs by Farha Sayeed.
IEAG is a non-profit association of artists, artisans, and craftspeople who work with natural eggs as an art. Includes photographs from recent shows, supplier lists, and information on membership.
Three dimensional carved emu and ostrich shell creations.
Carved and decorated eggshell creations using a variety of materials including polymer clay. Helpful demos and instructions for beginner and experienced eggers.
Instructional videos of pysanky eggs being created. Also animal videos.
Faux-Faberge eggs created by California artist Lynne De Boer with fine vintage and antique jewels/jewelry, gold, and imported fabrics.
Biography of Peter Carl Faberge, brief Russian history, and an illustrated overview of his work.
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