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Rings of Truth by Chance Wolf(c. 2011) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
Chance was inspired by an idea of Jack Hughes that never saw the light of day.
Effect: Using solid Walnut and secret Brass workings on the inside and out. This is a clever mechanical method of divining a secretly chosen ring with NO ELECTRONICS involved and easy to perform leaving you the ability to focus on your performance! The rings use beautiful Zirconia Jewels and real Gold and Silver Plating. The retail cost of the rings alone is near $125.00. The Ring Box was topped off with a beautiful yet subtle Brass Filigree and Solid Brass Feet.
Basic Routine: A story is woven explaining how people lie and the methods of discovering the truth. No matter how good the lie is told, a “tell” is always revealed. It takes a sharp eye to see the truth. The Magician asks to demonstrate his point. A beautiful Ring Box is opened revealing three Rings of different colored jewels. The box is closed and handed to the spectator. The magician turns his back and the spectator is asked to open the box, remove any one of the three rings and place it into his closed hand then close the box. The spectator is asked to place the closed hand with the ring in it over the covered box.
The Magician turns around producing a black silk (included) and immediately covers the spectators hand and box. The spectator is asked to gaze into the Magicians eyes. The Magician begins a series of personal questions picking up “tells” in order to warm up to the final divination. The final question is which ring the spectator chose. The box is uncovered and the spectator opens their hand to see the Magician is correct!
The routine is open for many interpretations and is up to you of course. This is also an excellent way to introduce a Ring into your favorite Ring on String routine!
Approx. Price: $295.00 (2011) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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