The bird with the golden eggs

The bird with the golden eggs

Signed and numbered Faberge gold enameled egg pendant with diamonds

Easter in Garden of Adin

One day a countryman going to the nest of his goose found there an egg of pure gold. Every morning the same thing occurred, and he soon became rich by selling his eggs. As he grew rich he grew greedy; and thinking to get at once all the gold the goose could give, he killed it and opened it only to find, — nothing. (Æsop's fables, Sixth century B.C.)

The Gardener of Adin also has the good fortune to possess a bird which lays a golden egg every now and then. Lucky as he is, he read Æsop's fable which prevents him from being greedy and keeps him satisfied with what he has and hasn't. And any other farmer alike, the Gardener presents his eggs on the market where the Adin-followers have the possibility to purchase it.

Antiqualy yours,
The Adin team

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