Not ALL of her eggs are Grand and Elegant!! She found this polar bear in a second hand shop and created
this little goose egg to go with it
Other fantasy eggs have included this beehive egg on an old log surrounded by buzzing
bees, gold and rhinestone bees and flowers. Inside was a Barefoots bear sitting with a pot of honey between his legs filled
with golden honey and honey dripping off his ears, nose, paws and feet. A teeny bee was perched on his nose. The honey bucket
was the keywind for the music box that played "Teddy Bears Picnic".
Cinderella's Castle is the inside suprise in this ostrich egg. The stand is an antique brass
dragon that Lynne gold leafed. The topaz blue of the egg is 12 layers of transparent pigment over a metallic white pearl
base. 22K goldplated decorations and Swarovski rhinestones decorate the outside.
This is another idea of Rose's. She
is a fan of Betty Boop. The base is a signed Limoges from the same era as Betty, I sanded the dimples off the ostrich
egg so the finish is porcelaine-smooth! Goldleafed and then a coat of red glass enamel stain put on it. black
velvet stripes, black patent netting dotted with TEENY Swarovski rhinestones and 4 large hearts paved with Swarovski deep
red rhinestones. Betty is the winder for the "I Wanna Be Loved By You" music box I was lucky enough to locate!
Inside, the top is paved with over 2000 black sequins put on individually and overlapping.
Searched long and hard for the PERFECT stand for this
Marie Antionette egg. The ostrich egg sits free on the stand and is also shown in the special satin/velvet padded box made
for it that has a plastic dome top which accomodated the rhinestone crown on the top of the egg beautifully.
Defintely designed for a man. This Emu egg is left
in its natural color and the simple gold netting and leaves with red rhinestone berries are the only embellishments. The centerpiece
is a very old but mint Celluloid pheasant just starting to fly away.
Another idea of Rose was a mermaid in an egg - somehow!
Using shells, sand, etc. gathered from Monterey Bay the bottom of this egg is a little tidepool protected by an oval plexiglass
cover (for the mermaid to rest on). The top half has a curved reverse plastic dome that leaves 1" space behind it to
display the other marine life. The dome has bubbles painted on the backside. Mermaid can be set on the plexiglass
cover or not. The choppy seas are 360-degrees under a gull-filled cloudy sky.
The Ruby Slippers pin found in an antique shop insipired
this egg. Deep black and red outside and sparklie red inside.
"I want a coffin for a whimsical little demon", said the
well-known doll artist. So this is what she got... It's an emu egg with satin black enamel, antiqued gold decorations including a "vampire" cross, ruby rhinestones and blood
red porcelaine roses. It sits on an antique bronze candle holder. Inside it's lined with pleated white satin with
the usual satin cushion and the top is lined with black sequins layered on individually like a snake skin, and centered with
a gold filigree oval.
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