Pisanki are painted wooden eggs, made in Poland.

The Pisanki are sold in sets of six; color and pattern will vary.




















The tradition of decorating eggs was present on the Polish lands throughout the centuries (oldest egg is from 10th Century).

Pisanki – derived from pisańá = to write

‘Pisanki’ is commonly used to name all the ‘easter eggs’ in Poland nowadays.


Sharing and gifting pisanki to family and friends - symbolic wishes of health and abundance ‘written’ with symbols on the eggshells


The motifs painted on pisanki have a deep symbolic meaning, connected to rebirth, fertility, beauty, protection, and sun symbolism (vitality).

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