1. Various, exterior of shop, La Maison du Chocolat
2. Various, people are looking in windows of shop
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop (No name given):
"I''d love.. they are huge eggs. Oh right, no, I don''t get paid that much."
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop (No name given):
"I wouldn''t have known that there were diamonds if you hadn''t said. I have to say, apart from the fact that they sparkle. Yes, it is an enormous egg. I think I''d quite like to eat only chocolate egg actually. Very impressive."
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop (No name given):
"No, if I had that much money I''d buy a yacht or a beautiful house, but not a chocolate egg."
6. Security and people looking at the egg
5. Guards near the egg
6. Various, egg
7. Various close ups of diamonds
8. Security and the egg
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Neil Duttson, Duttson Diamonds:
"No, no accidents, and no-one has tried to steal the diamonds. But we have taken a few enquiries from people who wanted to buy it. So it would be quite interesting to see what happens."
(Q: "How many people wanted to buy?")
"We''ve had a few, it''s a client confidentiality, but about four."
10. Buyers in shop
11. Close shot, hands
12. Children near egg
13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philippe Allard, Manager, La Maison du Chocolat store:
(Q: "What if someone eat accidentally the diamond?")
"Oh, we have been assured that it doesn''t harm your health, a little bit your wallet but not your health at all."
Chocolate eggs and bunnies usually fly off the shelves at Easter, but this holiday treat may not move as quickly.
The Diamond Stella Egg, covered in 100 half-carat diamonds, priced at 50-thousand pounds - equivalent to 87-thousand US dollars - was unveiled on Tuesday at La Maison du Chocolat in London.
On Wednesday it was drawing in the crowds.
The egg, which stands more than two feet (60 centimetres) tall, was made at a specialty shop in Paris.
No glue or tape was used to attach the diamonds, after the shop in London received the chocolate egg from Paris, a chef melted small sections of it in order to place the diamonds around the outside according to a store spokesman.
The inside of the egg contains peach and apricot chocolate and pralines.
Duttson Diamonds, also in London, provided the jewels for the Diamond Stella Egg.
Neil Duttson, said that there had already been four enquires from prospective buyers of the egg.
The manager of the La Maison du Chocolat store Philippe Allard, said that accidentally eating a diamond from the egg would not be dangerous - except financially.
"We have been assured that it doesn''t harm your health" he said, "a little bit your wallet but not your health at all".
The egg will be kept at the store on London''s Piccadilly, until a buyer turns up with a 50-thousand pound banker''s draft.