Easter Egg Dyes ~1886

Dying Easter Eggs in the 1800s.

Easter Egg DyeAnd then…

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But what about gold and silver eggs? This one was new:

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Caution:

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Dying Easter eggs à la 1800s style is a grand experiment for the adventurous! Check out our household mishaps here.

Blue-Easter-Eggs

Source: The Midland Journal, 1886.

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  1. My grandmother had the most wonderful color on her eggs. As a child, I wondered how she had gotten such colors from the Pazz Easter Egg dye. For years I looked!

    Little did I know she had free range eggs and were NATURALLY those beautiful colors!

    I remember pocking eggs with her. She always won!!! I flat out asked her one time if she cheated! I think it was how she held the egg. I never figured it out and she never told me!

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