Change a silk into an egg- complete with dripping yolk!
Very nice "sucker" effect- they think they know how it's done- until the surprise ending!
When you push a silk scarf into your hand- the silk changes to a white egg! Then "reveal" the secret by showing that the egg is really a hollow plastic one with a hole in the side, a hole into which you pushed the silk to make it vanish. Ahh- now they THINK they know how you did it!
But wait! Repeat the trick, but this time, after the silk has been changed to the egg, tap the egg and break it open- the audience will gasp as the gooey insides of an egg come out!
The Silk To Egg trick shows up very nicely from stage, but can be performed close up as well.
You'll get the special egg plus the plastic yolk. You supply the gooey part (which is just ordinary clear dish detergent or hand sanitizer), plus your own silk.
PLEASE NOTE: This trick DOES NOT come with a silk cloth. You can also purchase a silk when you ADD TO CART above. You can choose a red silk, which is the easiest for your audience to see, or a white silk, which will make it look like you changed a white silk into a white egg. You can also choose a silk streamer, which is the silk used in the demo video.
BEWARE OF CHEAP IMITATIONS! This is a CLASSIC trick that has been around for many, many years. You may find less expensive versions on the market, but THEY ARE NOT THE SAME as this one! The version we sell is made of high quality non-yellowing polymer plastic, made from a first-generation mold and carefully handfinished to eliminate seams and manufacture marks. The egg yolk is realistically colored, and perfectly weighted to simulate a real egg yolk. Buy the cheap version and you'll get a cheap Halloween party prop. Buy THIS one and get yourself a quality magic prop that will give you many years of use!
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Do not put the yolk in your mouth. Not suitable for children under 5 years of age.
You supply a small silk or silk streamer.You supply ordinary clear liquid dish detergent.
Fred Culpitt introduced the concept of this trick around 1915.
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