Anthologist Glass Easter Egg, Small
Art directed by our founder, and created by one of Greece’s last remaining glass blowing studios, the Anthologist Easter Egg collection is a tribute to time honored craft of glass work, and the tradition of Easter eggs. In Greece, during the Pascha, or Easter season, eggs are typically dyed on Holy Thursday. The hard shell symbolizes the tomb of Christ, and cracking eggs together on Easter represents the resurrection.
Our everlasting glass eggs aren’t just beautiful decor, but symbols of hope, rebirth, and abundance. Each is one-of-a-kind, with colors that showcase the various minerals added to the glass while it is being crafted.
Some imperfections are normal, and part of the glassmaking process.
Regardless of the time of year, we hope our eggs serve as a reminder of the coming of spring and the promise of rebirth and renewal.
- Handwash only
- Dimensions: Small 3″ H / 8cm H
- Made in Athens, Greece.
Size and colors vary. Many of our items are custom made to order. Please allow three to five weeks for delivery depending on the item.