Hand-Carved Victorian Lace Eggs

Beth Ann Magnuson, an artist from Bishop Hill, Illinois, turns delicate eggs into intricately carved masterpieces that she calls Victorian Lace Eggs. The video at the end of this post shows her process, which is really quite incredible. The eggs are carved with a high-speed engraver, but what’s just as incredible is that she draws the lace designs on the eggs by hand.





This video shows Beth Ann Magnuson’s process for making Victorian Lace Eggs.

One Response to “Hand-Carved Victorian Lace Eggs”

  1. I work in copper and love to use old lace as a design to etch into the copper. But, what you do–absolutely amazing.

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