ONLY ONE AVAILABLE!When it sells, this great item is GONE!
Really easy, really fast- really amazing!
Here is a great way to produce so many different items- and it works AUTOMATICALLY! Couldn't be easier! If you can put the cover on the base- you can do the trick!
Show the pan empty. Cover the pan, then INSTANTLY remove the cover again- and your item has appeared!
You can produce so many different things: a pile of candy, small prizes, spring flowers, sponges- anything that will fit!
The items you produce are up to you! How about producing silks, a rubber chicken or rubber dove, or the Robbie Raccoon puppet? Produce anything that fits in the pan!
This particular Magic Pan (also known as a Dove Pan) is designed with a pedestal base so it shows up well from a distance. Also, the pedestal makes it very obvious that there is no "trap door" in the pan or in the table it's resting on. Of course, you can even hold this in your hand as you perform it- the gimmick is built into the pan itself.
Plus the color is SO VIBRANT! This pan looks GREAT onstage!
Why is this called a "dove pan"? This trick has been around for a few hundred years. Back in the day, magicians would be expected to produce live animals as part of the show. The size of this pan was perfect for safely producing a bird such as a dove or pigeon. So, this type of pan became known as a "Dove Pan". Today, the Dove Pan has become one of the easiest ways of producing small items without having to have any skill.
Place a few crackers into the Magic Pan, followed by a few playing cards that are Jacks. Cover the pan, then lift the cover off- the pan is filled with Cracker Jacks candy popcorn!Write the name of the birthday child on a piece of paper, and place it in the pan. Cover the pan, then lift the cover off- the pan is filled with a gift for the birthday child!
When you produce your silks, you want them to "pop" up out of the production box or change bag like a Kleenex, so you can grab the next one easily, quickly and smoothly.Here is a FREE lesson to teach you Monticup's personal technique for correctly loading your silks so that it works every time!