This is offshoot of the ‘Reception’, which in turn is an offshoot of the Classic ‘Coffee Vase.’
It has been especially made for producing Sweets in children parties although equally good for any other shows as it can change solids to liquid or vice versa.
Its overall size is 8 ½” high 4” in diameter and has a reasonably large load chamber. Die caste in aluminum and powder coated in brilliant color the prop is both attractive and long lasting.

This is an excellent hand puppet for your vent Act. You can make the rabbit clap its hands, scratch its face and also turn its head sidewise, making the rabbit very live. With suitable vent dialogues the puppet will go very well in your show.


The performer holds a red rose in his hand. He smells the flower a couple of times; suddenly it changes into a beautiful vary-coloured garland. The change takes place instantly, looks very magical to the audience.




A spectator selects a card from a regular deck, keeps it with him. The performer opens a large wooden frame which is found to contain a jumbo playing card. He claims it to be same as the spectator’s selected card, but he is told that he is wrong! Performer takes out the card, places it aside. He closes the frame, utters magic words and again opens the frame, which is now found to contain a second jumbo card. Spectators say that’s being the selected card!



You pour different colored liquids into the RECEPTION container, put on lid. Making magical passes you remove cover, produce different colored silks from the RECEPTION, causing surprise to the audience. Alternatively pouring sugar into the container you produce toffees, which you distribute amongst children in the audience, bringing enjoyment to all. With a little thought you should be able to use RECEPTION for varied tricks.


This is a fool proof close-up item you will love to perform anytime anywhere as soon as you get a small close-up audience! In effect, a spectator drops a solid metal ring over the handle of a spoon, which performer holds vertical and upside down in his hand. Next, performer drapes his pocket handkerchief over the spoon; spectator then holds tip of the handle of the spoon through the handkerchief, ring on the spoon is obviously trapped. Finally performer taps the spectator’s hand holding the spoon, ring on it mysteriously drops out on the floor, obviously having penetrated the handle of the spoon! Handkerchief is removed, the spoon is found to be O.K.!




This will remind you the famous Indian Rope Trick Illusion.You show a coiled piece of rope. Now uncoiling the rope you stretch the rope between the two hands, horizontally, and pretend to hypnotize the rope. Dramatically release one end of the rope from one hand. The rope remains in the same position, rigid like a stick. You may also hold the rope at the center when it is stiff. With a little care you can make the rope stand almost in a vertical position. You merely blow on the rope, and it falls down limp once again.
You may use this effect as a stand alone effect or combining with other effects.The rope may be used as a comedy prop with another trick, or as an effect by itself. Please note that it cannot be made to stand stiff in a total vertical position. Stiff Rope is about 30 inches long and made with quite thick white rope that makes it visible from the distance.


A wire mesh tube is shown to be empty. Three silks, each of a different color are pushed inside tube with a magic wand. After rolling the tube a number of times in his hand, performer goes to remove the silks from the tube, but surprise, surprise, three silks are found to have changed into a matching tri-color feather flower, which he takes out, Tube shown to be empty.




EFFECT: The performer shows a large window envelope containing a card depicting picture of Statue of Liberty, guarded by two helicopters at the top. Very mysteriously Statue of Liberty in the picture vanishes, leaving just the two helicopters on the card, causing great surprise to all! At the end window envelope and the picture card are separately shown which convince the audience that everything is above board.

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