Reading Jeana Marie's post about dyeing easter eggs with onion skins and silk with her daughters gave me a pang, and I dug out these ancient eggs. The two large ones are goose eggs, and they are at least 24 years old. I know that we moved across Ontario with them. Many of these eggs were blown before the kids dyed or painted them, others have just been left to dry out.
They are fragile, yes.
They are treasures, yes.