Show an empty crystal glass. Cover it for an instant- and the glass is suddenly full of liquid! The liquid can then be freely poured from the glass.
Of course, you can also use this great prop to make a silk appear or disappear, change a silk to liquid, etc. And it's THAT easy- if you can hold the goblet in your hand, you can do the trick!
Quality manufactured from a real crystal glass goblet. Sealed compartment keeps the liquid contained, and the intricate crystal cuts make this a very deceptive mirror glass.
Though the Mirror Goblet is designed to produce liquid from an empty glass, you could also use it to produce a silk, some confetti, or even a pile of candy to give out to your spectators.Make this part of a whole routine. First, make the liquid appear with the Mirror Goblet. Then make the liquid multiply by using another liquid trick such as the Lota Bowl or Multum In Parvo. Finally, you can make the liquid vanish with the Milk Pitcher.
J.N. Hofzinzer invented the Mirror Goblet in the mid-1800s.
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