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Blown Duck Eggs for Art Size Comparison - The leftmost egg is a large chicken egg, while the middle egg is a blue duck egg.


 
 


Blown Duck Eggs for Art


We have a minimum order of $40.00, which you can mix and match with different types and sizes.When would I receive this?
Price: $1.39

Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 5 Business Days

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White
Blue [Add $0.25]
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Acid Wash:
Acid Wash the eggs for maximum whiteness.
Do NOT Acid Wash the eggs. [Add $0.25]

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Blown Duck Eggs for Art

These eggs offer a unique and beautiful medium to create exquisite egg art. To supply this growing art practice with the supplies they need, we blow out and clean infertile duck and goose eggs shortly after they are laid. We make a very small hole (just 7/32'') on the large end of the egg and drain the contents of the egg. Next, we rinse the egg and disinfect it with distilled water. To offer top quality eggs, we candle the shells to ensure that there aren't any cracks, stains or flaws in the eggs. We then use a muriatic acid solution to get the egg as white as possible, making it the perfect art medium. However, we can skip the acid wash step if you prefer a more naturally colored egg, or if you are planning on dying the egg.

We have the blown duck and goose eggs available year round, although the blown goose eggs sell out faster, as we can only produce them during the Spring.

Blown Duck Eggs are sized according to their weight, not their circumference, when we wash the eggs.
Product Facts
The egg has long been a subject of artwork throughout human history. Their functional and elegant design has served as a subject of admiration and wonder across varying cultures.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.


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Terrific service, fast shipping! November 14, 2014
Reviewer: Patrick Cleary from Wakefield, MA United States  
I had an odd idea for a play I'm directing...I wanted to be able to smash some eggs onstage, but not have real egg innards. I needed some blown eggshells, and eFowl had them at very reasonable prices. I ordered 48 blown duck eggs, and they arrived much faster than anticipated and not a cracked shell in the bunch. I really appreciate the service and care in packaging.
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Lol.  That is definitely the first we've heard of blown eggs being used as a stage prop.  What a great idea!  Thanks for posting. ~Austin, CSR

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Duck eggs June 7, 2014
Reviewer: Karen Evans from Hurricane, UT United States  
Great customer service!

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