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Stoneware model egg with thick, opaque white glaze with fine, even crackle. There are three small spur marks at one end. Chinese Republic, 1912-1949

Stoneware model egg with thick, opaque white glaze with fine, even crackle. There are three small spur marks at one end.

Egg-shaped skin (tandu) container (a) and lid (b). Decorated with geometric patterns in dark red pigment on lid and solid red on lower part of base. Traces of earth? and fur inside container. 1970-1971 (?), made in Nigeria

Egg-shaped skin (tandu) container (a) and lid (b). Decorated with geometric patterns in dark red pigment on lid and solid red on lower part of base. Traces of earth? and fur inside container.), made in Nigeria

3,300 BCE-3,000 BCE. Uruk Late Period;  Sumerian Culture: Iraq, Syria or Turkey.  Egg shaped carved granite jar with flat base; carved with two lions attacking bulls. Below are 3 registers in a scale pattern. Neck is broken off. The drilled holes indicate that it was likely suspepended.

Egg shaped stone jar with flat base; carved with two lions attacking bulls, with a scale pattern in 3 rows indicating the ground below; two holes drilled opposite one another in the shoulder suggest that the jar may have been suspended.

Stoneware model egg with thick, opaque white glaze with fine, even crackle. There are three small spur marks at one end. Chinese Republic, 1912-1949

Stoneware model egg with thick, opaque white glaze with fine, even crackle. There are three small spur marks at one end.

Online veilinghuis Catawiki: Fabergé ijskoeler - Extraordinaire Smirnoff Collectable - limited edition - 21e eeuw

Online veilinghuis Catawiki: Fabergé ijskoeler - Extraordinaire Smirnoff Collectable - limited edition - 21e eeuw

Shedrich Williames (American, born 1934), Shell with Eggs], 1973

Shedrich Williames (American, born Shell with Eggs], 1973

Edward J. Steichen (1879–1973), Triumph of the Egg, 1921

Edward J. Steichen Triumph of the Egg, 1921

William Blake, For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise / At length for hatching ripe he breaks the shell. A nude male winged infant (or cherub) breaking out of an egg, looking upwards; a cloudy sky in the background. 1793-c.1820

William Blake, For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise / At length for hatching ripe he breaks the shell. A nude male winged infant (or cherub) breaking out of an egg, looking upwards; a cloudy sky in the background.

Walter Crane, The four presents, illustration to 'Baby's Bouquêt', 1878; interior with columns and view to the sea, a woman sitting at right receives gifts of an egg, a tree, a sheep and a tablet. 1845-1878

I Had Four Brothers Over the Sea - English Children's Songs - England - Mama Lisa's World: Children's Songs and Rhymes from Around the World

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