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TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN EGGS, 20TH CENTURY. The first decorated and gilt with a formal scrolling bouquet in puce and white on a pale blue ground; the second with white narcissus and prime rose on a cobalt ground, both pierced at each end.

TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN EGGS, 20TH CENTURY. The first decorated and gilt with a formal scrolling bouquet in puce and white on a pale blue ground; the second with white narcissus and prime rose on a cobalt ground, both pierced at each end.

A Russian porcelain Easter egg, circa 1900. The pale blue ground egg decorated with vibrant floral sprays against a white ground within gilded diamond shaped borders.

A Russian porcelain Easter egg, circa 1900. The pale blue ground egg decorated with vibrant floral sprays against a white ground within gilded diamond shaped borders.

Russian Hand Painted Collectible Wooden Easter Egg Matryoshka Style

Russian Hand Painted Collectible Wooden Easter Egg Matryoshka Style

Antique Russian Porcelain Easter Egg.

Russian Imperial Porcelain Easter Eggs by Harold A. Whitbeck and Tamara Kudriavtseva (2003, Hardcover)

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