MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A lot of people are painting Easter eggs this time of year, but a local business was selling some beautiful, handmade eggs for a good cause.

Kramarczuk’s Restaurant, Deli and Sausage Company was selling traditional, handmade Ukrainian Easter eggs in northeast Minneapolis Saturday afternoon.

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Money from the sale will be used to benefit refugees in Ukraine.

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“The eggs started as a Pagan ritual, and when Christianity was adopted in 988, they became a Christian symbol,” Lucia Kramarczuk explained. “So it’s supposed to represent life and spring, and it’s a good talisman. When you get it as a gift it’s supposed to represent love and prosperity.”

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Orthodox Easter is next Sunday, so the eggs will be for sale next Friday and Saturday, too. They range in price from $12 to $55.