I was in London this weekend and went to Covent Garden to find it taken over by a large-scale Easter egg display. The eggs, however, were not of the chocolate kind but were Fabergé eggs created and decorated by various artists, designers and architects. They are all unique, showing different patterns, designs and even shapes. Some are intricately beautiful and artistic, some are simple, while others are bright and bold.
The 209 eggs have been “hidden” all across London as part of a giant hunt in which a lucky winner will take home a Diamond Jubilee Egg worth over £100,000. They have now been gathered in Covent Garden for the Easter weekend. The eggs are to be auctioned off and the funds raised will go to charities Action for Children and Elephant Family.
Visit www.thebigegghunt.co.uk for a chance to bid and buy one of the uniquely designed eggs.