Dove Pan 9″ by Viking Mfg.(c. 1987) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
Dove pan’s come in all shapes and sizes and one of the earliest dealers selling them was Otto Maurer c. 1888. Until 1987 not much had changed in the basic construction and method of all dove pans. George Robinson had his dies made in Washington State and spun his own pans with a new design feature: the hidden edge dove pan – this is a special feature that conceals the edge of the load chamber when in the main pan. George sold these dies to Loftus International, who in turn sent them to India and shortly there after all Indian manufacturers copied the design without credit to the originator. Today, almost every pan that is produced, even those coming out of China, uses this feature without credit. But George Robinson was the first to use this feature.
Effect: This is the smallest of our production pans and the most unique. It measures 3.5″ diameter. Made of stainless steel in classic fashion.
To perform, show the thin pan empty then toss in some bits and pieces of tin-foil. Cover the pan and when uncovered, reveal a gleaming diamond bracelet or a dozen candy Kisses!
You can produce just about anything that will fit into the pan, even a small mouse!
Made to last a lifetime, by the craftsmen at Viking Mfg. Guaranteed to out-perform and out-last any aluminum pan ever made.
Approx. Price: $119.00 (2000) ***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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