The great racehorse Ouija Board is the latest inspiration for a unique collection of Sarah Fabergé eggs.
The collection — of which only 50 will be made — has been launched to raise money for Racing Welfare, which gives assistance to staff who work or who have worked in the Thoroughbred industry.
Each egg contains a model “surprise”, and the first of the collection has a mini Ouija Board and carries the colours of her owner, Lord Derby.
Orders are being taken for other eggs in the collection — known as “The Winner’s Egg” — which can be modelled on different horses and owners’ colours. Each one costs £10,000, of which “a major percentage” will go to Racing Welfare.
The Fabergé family has been creating eggs since the 19th century, when the Imperial family of Russia gave them as Easter gifts. Sarah Fabergé is great-granddaughter of Carl Fabergé, jeweller to the family.
For details call Claudia Fisher at Racing Welfare (tel: 07900 432191).