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March 30, 2012 10:00 pm
Our selfless FT Weekend Magazine team picks the Easter eggs worth shelling out on
1. Artisan du Chocolat’s Acorn Surprise
With salted caramels. £29.99, www.artisanduchocolat.com (store collection only)
2. Chococo’s half Easter egg
Contains truffles and chocolates. £18.50, www.chococo.co.uk
3. Godiva foil-wrapped eggs
Perfect for an Easter egg hunt. £7, www.godiva.com
4. Harrods’ Boon
A bird guards a chocolate nest of pralines. £120, www.harrods.com
5. Harrods Inclusion egg
White chocolate bursting with berries. £24.95, www.harrods.com
6. William Curley’s House Milk Truffle egg
Filled with truffles. £30, www.williamcurley.co.uk
7. Pierre Marcolini’s white chocolate bunny
Exclusive to Selfridges. £14.99, www.selfridges.com
8. Chocolate chicks
Almost too charming to eat. £18 (for six), www.demarquette.com
9. Union Jack Easter egg
For the patriotic. £12.95, www.chococo.co.uk
10. Paul A. Young’s sea salted caramel egg
With egg cup. £19.95, www.paulayoung.co.uk (store collection only)
Still life by Sam Hofman and set design by Sarah Parker
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