At the beginning of the 20th century, Fabergé proved you can make valuable art in the shape of an egg. We decided to follow in his footsteps with the help of Selwyn Senatori. Commissioned by the artist, we milled two one-metre high eggs from EPS 200. Selwyn then single-handedly elevated the pristine white-coated spheres to art. Would you like to admire them up close? Reserve a table at Ron Blaauw's restaurant Gastrobar in Amsterdam.