The world's most expensive Easter eggs are being sold by a British company - for £25,000 each.
Weighing approximately 100kg, the Fabergé-style chocolate eggs are based on 19th century Russian designs popular with the Tsars.
Handcrafted by the firm Choccywoccydoodah, each set of three is made entirely from luxury Belgian chocolate and depicts a mythical creature hatching.
Choccywoccydoodah's owner and creative director Christine Taylor hopes the "ridiculous, indulgent" eggs will bring some light to the world.
Prospective buyers are expected to be wealthy London clients or even members of overseas royal families.
Some of the eggs are on display in Choccywoccydoodah's Brighton store while others are at their London base.