Worlds Smallest Easter Egg

It’s no yolk – a sculptor has created the world’s smallest Easter egg – so tiny it fits on the head of a PIN. Micro sculptor Willard Wigan spent two weeks carefully crafting the egg – fashioned from real chocolate and wrapped in real gold foil. It is so small it is barely visible with the naked eye – and you probably wouldn’t even taste it if you ate it whole. The intricate detail on the egg can only be appreciated by looking through a super-strength microscope.

It's no yolk - a sculptor has created the world's smallest Easter egg - so tiny it fits on the head of a PIN. Micro sculptor Willard Wigan spent two weeks carefully crafting the egg - fashioned from real chocolate and wrapped in real gold foil. It is so small it is barely visible with the naked eye - and you probably wouldn't even taste it if you ate it whole. The intricate detail on the egg can only be appreciated by looking through a super-strength microscope.

It's no yolk - a sculptor has created the world's smallest Easter egg - so tiny it fits on the head of a PIN. Micro sculptor Willard Wigan spent two weeks carefully crafting the egg - fashioned from real chocolate and wrapped in real gold foil. It is so small it is barely visible with the naked eye - and you probably wouldn't even taste it if you ate it whole. The intricate detail on the egg can only be appreciated by looking through a super-strength microscope.

It's no yolk - a sculptor has created the world's smallest Easter egg - so tiny it fits on the head of a PIN. Micro sculptor Willard Wigan spent two weeks carefully crafting the egg - fashioned from real chocolate and wrapped in real gold foil. It is so small it is barely visible with the naked eye - and you probably wouldn't even taste it if you ate it whole. The intricate detail on the egg can only be appreciated by looking through a super-strength microscope.

It's no yolk - a sculptor has created the world's smallest Easter egg - so tiny it fits on the head of a PIN. Micro sculptor Willard Wigan spent two weeks carefully crafting the egg - fashioned from real chocolate and wrapped in real gold foil. It is so small it is barely visible with the naked eye - and you probably wouldn't even taste it if you ate it whole. The intricate detail on the egg can only be appreciated by looking through a super-strength microscope.