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Posted 5 years ago


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This is my Sugar Easter egg from the 1960's. Does anyone know anything about these. Who made them? What they are worth today. What category should they be in.

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Oh I loved these ! I remember getting them for Easter . But not to often they were expensive I guess for my parents . It is a beautiful art . What a great memory ! Love it
    They still make them today andMany companies made them as well as bakeries .
  2. Bonnie Bonnie, 5 years ago
    I too remember these. Grandma use to make them and she would put pictures of us inside. Of course I always had a pink one so beautifully decorated. Thanks for sharing....I had forgotten that part of my childhood.
  3. debbiet debbiet, 5 years ago
    Thank you for the comments. It is so great to remember this time.
  4. junkcollector junkcollector, 5 years ago
    Several of the bakeries around Chicago used to make them. The last I checked a few still do. I'm not sure how you would date it, since I remember these from my own childhood in the 70s. We used to get them from the bakery, but one year we made them at home: icing decorations and all. A great memory. I doubt it has much value, though. Ebay seems to be selling 'vintage ones' for around $20. Just FYI
  5. debbiet debbiet, 5 years ago
    Thank you
  6. americaneon, 4 years ago
    Hi! If anyone wants to buy them still, they are still made and they sell them at Cost Plus World Market! I got some for my kids' Easter baskets!!!
  7. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
    Stunning, I love it!!
  8. kyratango kyratango, 3 years ago
    Had them in France too in my childhood, seeing the pic I have now the crunchy sugar on taste! They were more pretty than good to eat :-))

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