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If you’re eggcited about Easter then we’ve got just the Easter eggs for you.
One condition: you need to be willing to spend millions to have some of them in your basket.
£20m Easter egg – a Fabergé one of course
An American scrap dealer will probably have the best Easter ever. Why? He bought this egg from a bric-a-brac sale and was on the verge of melting it down for its gold. As luck would have it, he found out the egg is a Fabergé one that costs a whopping £20m.
Encrusted with a Vacheron Constantin watch, the egg is one of the original 50 Imperial Easter Eggs designed for the Russian royal family by Carl Fabergé.
The Fabergé egg hunt in New York. Prize: $125,000 worth egg jewellery
Fabergé is hosting the The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt till 26 April in New York which sees up to 300 giant egg sculptures, each designed by globally renowned artists like Tracey Emin and Zaha Hadid.
The clue to the eggs? A magical fairy tale.
The prizes for winners are jewellery egg pendants in gold and diamonds set with either exquisite Zambian emeralds, Mozambican rubies or Zambian amethysts.
Total cost of the reward? $125,000 (£74,400).
$30,000 ring as prize in Houston egg hunt
Source: Uptown Diamond
If you haven’t made Easter plans yet then you may want to book a flight to Houston to participate in this egg hunt.
If you win it, you will be the owner of a $30,000 (£17,800) diamond ring. The ring is housed in an 18-karat gold egg with a 1.29-carat oval diamond surrounded by 1.27 total carat weight round diamonds.
$5,000 chocolate egg
Source: Sugar and Plumm
Cheaper of the lot, this egg is made by New York chocolatier Sugar and Plumm.
Why the hefty $5,000 (£3,000) price tag? The 40-pound chocolate egg is made up of edible white, dark and milk chocolate with gold-plated clocks and 3D rabbits.