Donna Wilson Chocolates
By Jaime Gillin / Published by Dwell
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We Dwellers are huge fans of Donna Wilson's charming and crafty designs, and have highlighted many of her products online and in the magazine, including her egg cups, pouffes, house blanket, make-your-own-monster kit, and a bevy of other items. So we were excited to hear about her latest collaboration with Rococo Chocolates: a series of six hand-painted easter eggs made of white chocolate layered on top of dark chocolate.

The six-piece collection includes both solid and hollow eggs, but my favorite is Food Chain: a solid egg emblazoned with a carrot inside an egg painted with a rabbit inside a larger egg painted with a fox, all nested Russian Matryoshka-doll-style.

Wilson's chocolates—including this rendition of the Owl and the Pussycat— are nearly too pretty to eat.

Wilson's chocolates—including this rendition of the Owl and the Pussycat— are nearly too pretty to eat.

Starting today, Wilson will be selling the chocolates on her site, and will be shipping to the U.S. Prices range from 10 to 55 pounds. Check them out here.

The Lamb egg, which retails for 35 pounds, is filled with handmade chocolates, ganaches and chocolate squares.

The Lamb egg, which retails for 35 pounds, is filled with handmade chocolates, ganaches and chocolate squares.

DONNA WILSON CHOCOLATES Donna Wilson's latest collaboration with Rococo Chocolates: a series of six hand-painted easter eggs made of white chocolate layered on top of dark chocolate.

Jaime Gillin

@jaimegillin

When not writing, editing, or combing design magazines and blogs for inspiration, Jaime Gillin is experimenting with new recipes, traveling as much as possible, and tackling minor home-improvement projects that inevitably turn out to be more complex than anticipated.

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