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The history of dyeing Easter eggs and a few wacky ways to do it (access required)

Transforming everyday eggs into bright, colorful, sometimes speckled or glittery objects is one of spring’s great pleasures, even if you aren’t a kid. Although the most famous decorated eggs today might be the elaborate jeweled Fabergé eggs from Russian high society of the late 19th century, royals throughout Europe have been coating eggs in gold, silver ...

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