When I first received this from my good friend George Robinson I don’t think I fully appreciated how cool it was. Of course it is made perfectly by George, but I remember thinking it was just a “fancy ball vase”! Well it is way more the basic routine is:
You show the Vase Remove the lid and show the orange which you then remove This orange multiplies into two oranges And then an orange silk appears You place the orange back in the vase and replace the lid And when you lift the lid the orange has vanished too! A really great routine which is surprisingly easy to do. Everything works beautifully and it looks amazing.
If you’re over 45 or want to use a blindfold this is the marked deck for you! I really love these cards and the routine Henry has put together is perfect! Now whether you will have the balls to use them close-up is up to you, but I think the way Henry performs the routine their are no issues.
So how do you improve upon an already perfect mini-illusion? You make it in a Limited Edition out of select hardwoods (in this case Walnut, Cherry and Maple) and you sit back and appreciate the quality in your hands! This is easily my favorite item from Craig Beytien and his wonderful Illusion Arts Magic! The transposition between the two stands is so fast and effortless, you can’t help but step back in amazement!
It is quick to reset and from a short distance there is nothing to see. It is like a really slick, mini-version of the Substitution Trunk effect without the intense practice – the transposition happens in an instant.
This is truly a miracle effect from Dean Dill. Not only is the effect in the miracle class, but the props are too!
When you drop down this sort of cash for a trick it better be really, really good – but sadly it often is not. In this case however, you easily get your money’s worth. The table is beautiful and unique, the coins are flawless, and even the travel case is perfect.
The routine has been painstakingly thought through and the performance DVD by Dean himself takes you through all the steps. If only more manufacturers would follow through with this much attention to detail, we’d have a lot more great magic, and a lot less trash filling our shelves.
This effect is not self working, but it is certainly not difficult either, and when you spend this much on an item it is certainly worth spending a bit of time getting used to the routine. Once you have mastered the moves you will blow them away every time.
Thanks Dean for making perfect magic – you have set the bar very high for magic, for value, for quality, and for entertainment.
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