Goose Egg Gallery

Custom Art in Eggshells, Gourds, Wood, Jewelry, and More

Facts:  The female goose will build a nest and line it with down plucked from her body.  She will lay one egg each day until the full clutch of about 5 eggs is obtained.  After all the eggs are laid, she will sit on her nest to incubate the eggs, which takes about 28-30 days.

Goose Egg Sizes

Jumbo: approximately 11/5 inches

X-Large: approximately 10.5 to 11.5 inches

Large: approximately 9.5 to 10.5 inches.

Regular: approximately 9 to 9.5 inches.

4 Responses

  1. Mr. Baity,

    I am impressed with your eggshell artwork. The details in the open cut eggs that are carved all around is amazing. I just got back from my egg exhibit in Hong Kong and my wife found your website. How long have you been carving eggs? I have been carving for about ten years now and I still love it as much as the day I started. Keep up the good work.

    Alan

  2. Brian Baity says:

    Thank you Alan for taking the time to write. I would love to bring my work to Hong Kong, how fortunate you are. I have been carving eggs for 5 years now and like you find great joy when i am able to have the time to make more eggshell creations. Do you have a website or other method for me to check out your work?

    Please stay in touch,

    Brian

  3. Ramin says:

    This is just incredible. I didn’t even know that egg carving existed. Surely not in such an elaborate form. It’s beautiful. I particularly like the interlocking geometry one.
    How much time does it take you to create one of these?

  4. Brian Baity says:

    I appreciate you taking the time to
    check out my art. The interlocking geometry took about 3 days to
    complete. the layout actually taking more time to complete than the
    carving.

    Thanks again,

    Brian

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