The first eggs given at Easter were birds eggs. These eggs were painted in bright colors to give them further meaning as a gift. We still paint bird eggs today but usually only chicken eggs.
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They come from psychedelic chickens tripped out on intricate filigrees that are swirling in front of their pecked-out eyes.
Check out these Ukrainian batik dyed Easter Eggs that are 40 years old - from the old country - covered with intricate geometric patterns and plants.
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