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Fabergé Egg with Bryson Perkins (all supplies included!)

: $499.00

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Join Bryson Perkins at NY Cake Academy for his 2-day class, June 17th and 18th, and create your very own fabulous Fabergé style egg, complete with gold filligree, airbrushed gold details, hand-molded intricate decorations, and an elegant gold peacock. This egg is beautiful as a stand-alone piece, or as a topper for your next cake decorating project! The skills listed below which you will learn in this course can be applied to numerous other projects! 

All supplies necessary to complete this course will be provided by the instructor, Bryson Perkins, and are included in the price of the course!


- Royal icing filligree
- Airbrushing with gold
- Hand-molded decorations 
- Figure sculpting 

Project size:
14" board
10" height

About the instructor: 
Originally from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, Bryson made his way to New Hampshire at the age of nineteen in search of a fresh start, independence, and opportunity. At the age of 24 Bryson discovered cake decorating and shortly after began creating cakes purely as a hobby to fill his void of homesickness. After countless hours, days, and years of research, practice, and fails… Bryson got the courage to submit a resume to a local pasty shop where he became a full time cake artist for the next two years.
In 2010 Bryson set off on his own. With the help of his friends and investors he opened Triolo's Bakery in December of 2012. During his short cake career Bryson has had the pleasure of creating one of a kind master pieces for celebrities, politicians, charitable foundations, and everyone in between.
With an arsenal of cake designing skills under his belt, Bryson dazzles the cake decorating community with mediums that include; fondant, butter cream, modeling chocolate, royal icing, gum paste, and isomalt. Bryson has also mastered various techniques such as; figurine sculptures, gum paste flowers, hyper realistic animals, sculptured cakes, sugar art, elegant stacked wedding cakes, painting, dry dusting, air bushing, oriental string work, African wings, pressure piping, and molding.
During his brief competition career, Bryson has garnered more that 75 top professional awards which include; Seven blue ribbon wedding cake entries, Seven Best in Shows, Four People's choice awards, numerous Best of Division 'Masters' awards, Decorators Choice award, and many many more.
In 2015, Bryson has the Grand honor of representing the Unites States of America in the first ever- Cake Designers World Championship in Milan, Italy.
In 2016, Bryson was named a Top Ten Cake Artist by Dessert Professional Magazine, and Top Ten International Cake Artist by the New York Cake Academy.
In October of 2017, Bryson will once again be on top of the World stage as the sole competitor for the United States in the-
Cake Designers World Championship.

Visit Bryson's Facebook page to see more of his fantastic work!

History of Faberge Eggs:
"The series of Easter eggs created by Fabergé for the Russian Imperial family, from 1885 through to 1916, is regarded as the artist-goldsmith’s greatest and most enduring achievement. The Fabergé Imperial Easter eggs are certainly the most celebrated and awe-inspiring of all Fabergé works of art, inextricably bound to the Fabergé name and legend. They are also considered as the last great commissioned series of objets d’art.
The story began in 1885, when Emperor Alexander III decided to give a gold Easter egg to his wife the Empress Marie Fedorovna, possibly to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their betrothal. It is believed that the Emperor, who had first become acquainted with Fabergé’s work at the Moscow Pan-Russian Exhibition in 1882, was inspired by an 18th century egg owned by the Empress’s aunt, Princess Wilhelmine Marie of Denmark. The object was said to have captivated the imagination of the young Maria during her childhood in Denmark.
The Emperor gave detailed instructions regarding the design of the egg, making further suggestions to Fabergé as the project progressed. Easter was the most important occasion of the year in the Russian Orthodox Church, equivalent to Christmas in the West. A centuries-old tradition of bringing hand-coloured eggs to Church to be blessed and then presented to friends and family, had evolved through the years and, among the highest echelons of St Petersburg society, the custom developed of presenting valuable bejewelled Easter gifts. So it was that Emperor Alexander III had the idea of commissioning Fabergé to create a precious Easter egg as a surprise for his Empress. The first Imperial Easter egg was born."

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