Russian Imperial Porcelain Easter Eggs Exhibit
OSHKOSH (WLUK) -- The Paine Art Center is getting ready for East featuring an exhibit with more than seventy painted porcelain Easter eggs for people to come see.
The Exhibit is called the Russian Imperial Porcelain Easter Eggs.
People can come and see the display through Sunday, June 4th.
The Easter eggs date back from the nineteenth century through the early twentieth century.
This exhibition highlights the tradition of exchanging exquisite, decorative eggs among the Russian royalty and aristocracy at Easter.
FOX 11's Lauren Kalil was live from the exhibit showing us some of the different Easter Eggs.
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