If only these were the ones out in the grass. But these porcelain eggs from Sieger by Fürstenberg do more than just sit there looking beautiful, this classic shape has been remodeled for practical uses.
Sieger by Fürstenberg’s porcelain eggs are a true treasures you can use to treat yourself and guests to upscale treats. Matroschischka is the smaller version of the two, and is designed to house a hard boiled egg beautifully, plus keep it warm and be the most elegant vessel for the leftover shells.
Matroschka’s larger size (seen below left) can be put to use holding dips, nuts, and even caviar floating in a sea of ice. When not using, they can still both function beautifully on display on a kitchen shelf.
Handmade porcelain with accents of 24 karat gold or 99% platinum. Matroschischka measures 4.25 inches high, 2.75 in diameter. Prices range from the plain white, about $125, to the gold, about $360. Matroschka measures 5.75 inches high, 3.75 in diameter. Prices range from the plain white, about $260, to the gold, about $495. artedona.com