Vanish a silk and make it reappear tied between two other silks!BONUS VIDEO: Comes with exclusive additional ONLINE instruction with expert tips from Peter Monticup!
And this one comes with a BONUS!When you buy 20th Century Silks from us, you'll get the password to the bonus video on this page.Watch as Monticup shows you EXACTLY how to set this up and work it.He even shares some secret tips and techniques that will make the trick work smoothly for you every time.You won't get this information anywhere else!
The effect goes like this:Take two same-color silk handkerchiefs and tie them together at the corner. Take a different color silk handkerchief and vanish it. Hold the two tied silks and pull on them- the other color silk is now tied IN BETWEEN them!
Please note: the color of the silks shipped may vary. Usually you will get two RED silks and a YELLOW silk.However, this can change, depending on what the manufacturer ships.You will get two of one color and one of a different color in your set.
Frank Ducrot introduced the concept of the 20th Century Silks trick in 1900.
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You will need a method to vanish the silk that ends up in the middle. A Change Bag is a good choice for vanishing the silk, with no skill necessary.Handkerchiefs are silk and measure 18" diagonally.
You can do this trick without using a volunteer. Tie the two same-color silks together, and then place them in a clear vase so the audience can see them at all times, but you are not touching them. Vanish the other color silk, then lift the two tied silks from the vase, pull them and you will produce the odd-color silk tied between them.
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