Welcome to Egg Art by Farha Sayeed. These fascinating egg decoration galleries display beautifully decorated Ostrich, Emu, Rhea, Goose, Turkey, Duck, Guinea and Hen Eggshells! Each of the eggshells featured on this site are intricately cut, carved and decorated by hand using pearls, beads, brocade, velvet, satin and rhinestone chains, making each piece a masterpiece and one of its kind. These unique Objets d’Art are masterpieces which will surely lead the Connoisseurs of Art on a voyage into the realm of beauty and splendor.

All efforts have been made by the egg artist to give a distinct original touch to each of the creations. These decorated eggshells make beautiful and exotic collectibles or gifts, a prized possession for any lover of art!

All eggshells used for artistry are unfertilized eggs of domestic farm grown birds, which are procured from reputed hatcheries from across the globe. No eggs are taken from the wild.


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Ostrich Egg

Rhea Egg

Emu Egg

Fusion Egg

Mixed Egg

Goose Egg

From the Press

The Sunday Guardian

“An Artist who turns goose eggs into gold.”

The Hindu

“Farha Sayeed turns egg shells into object d’art.”

Indian Express

“Farha Sayeed sees an egg as a medium of expression”

Good Housekeeping

“Farha is acknowledged as India’s only egg-art specialist. ”

Asian Age

“Artiste Farha Sayeed showed how fashionably an egg could be embellished.”

Hindustan Times

“Farha Sayeed excels in the unique art of making beautiful decoration pieces out of eggshells.”

Business Standard

“Farha tried to innovate by carving Persian characters on the eggs.”

The Tribune

“Farha had created each egg with great precision and ingenuity and involved several hours of intricate work.”


“When you watch artist Farha transform a humble egg into an intricately carved fairytale carriage, you’re sure her gift is as magical as the stories here installation tells.”

Times of India

“Farha Sayeed, has been bringing laurels through her love for an array of arts and crafts, and her contributions to welfare of downtrodden, thereby emerging as a role model for women in the Indian sub-continent.”

Chicago Tribune

“Farha transforms a humble eggshell into a breathtakingly beautiful and precious piece of art, which can adorn even a palace with its elegance and beauty.”

Daily Herald

“An interesting aspect of Farha’s egg sculpting is her successful experimentation with the fusion of Indian and Islamic elements in this unique art form, which is otherwise Western.”