Easter egg: "Admiral von Schneider" / decorative object, real ostrich egg
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⭐️Base of this egg object: emptied ostrich egg ⭐️decorated with metal flakes ⭐️ Largest egg in the world
On the emptied ostrich egg there is a drawing of a heroic rabbit made with leaf flakes in the metal color gold. A guaranteed eye-catcher, even after Easter... maybe until your 90th birthday! Design your home uniquely with the unique pieces from the house - the name says it all!
🥚 Unique thanks to handcraft and natural product
🥚 Made in Germany
🥚 is delivered in a practical collection box
🥚 solid porcelain feel
🥚 Symbolically powerful – not just at Easter time
An Easter without the typical Easter eggs is almost unimaginable. They have been an integral part of Christian celebrations for centuries as a symbol of life and fertility.
No two eggs are identical; they have grains, bumps and different sizes, even rough spots or discoloration. Of course they all have different shapes. All of these are for us "perfect imperfections" that we celebrate at Ei-nzigartig. You too?
approx. 16cm high & 13cm wide
Ostrich egg from South Africa
Hand decorated in
Neu-Isenburg / Hesse
real, empty egg: shell like porcelain, with a shiny surface
One-sided, natural back
Why has the Easter egg become such an important symbol of Easter?
Since the Middle Ages, the egg has been a symbol of the resurrection of Jesus Christ in Christian theology. From the outside it seems cold and dead, but inside new life is growing. The egg symbolizes the tomb in Jerusalem from which Jesus Christ rose from the dead on Easter Day. Christians from the Eastern Churches often decorate the egg with Christ waving the victory flag. Popular sayings say, for example: “Like a bird crawling out of an egg, Jesus broke the tomb.”