Hungary’s history upon an oyster egg by Ms Kati Zsigóné

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The Country’s Oyster Egg is a storytelling egg that presents the Hungarian history.

Ms. Kati Zsigóné –  special and valuable eggshell designer. In 2009, in Dubai  was chosen the world’s top five best egg decorators!

Ms. Kati Zsigóné  is the best of the kind egg folk art producer in Europe.

Showed on Tuesday at a press conference the “Country’s Egg” – Ms. Kati Zsigóné folk artist, “The Queen of Egg Decoration” “The Bunny  on Hungary”. She is also chosen member of the British Encyclopedia.

The Oyster Egg tells us it clearly and intelligibly folk art through figures, motives, images, signs.

Has been completed the Country’s Egg! It is a unique piece of work of art, this craft wonder which was first shown to the press staff at the press meeting this Tuesday.Said by the artist, no intention to present it elsewhere. Her main intention is to offer this Oyster Egg to the Hungarian State, to enrich Hungary’s treasures and artistic values.

The ostrich egg were from an ostrich farm on Hungarian soil. The extra-large oyster egg was selected by the own hand of the Hungarian folk artist.

It communicates the past and present of Hungary in 79 stages and thoughts. Worked for one year to create on this special oyster egg the Country’s Egg. During the creation 11 different techniques were used, which are unique in the world as well. In addition to others, gold carvings, golden horseshoe carvings and miniature points can be seen. The motifs, images and signs on the Country’s Egg,  showing through our ancestors, tell us the history of the Hungarians.

 

Update, video, snaps Aggie Reiter

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