We've made a HUGE IMPROVEMENT to this already fantastic effect!Peter Moticup came up with a great new routine that can only be done with this Ball Vase!We'll give you the EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTION- only available from us!
If you purchased this Wood Ball Vase from us prior to the addition of the ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTION, just contact us with your name and email, and we'll email the link and password to you.
Classic all wood version for the adult magician who loves the Ball Vase trick!And with this model, you can do the routine that Peter demonstrates- something you can't do with an ordinary Ball Vase!
Very easy to grasp by an adult size hand- though a child could operate this as well.And it just looks and feels SO NICE!
The Ball Vase is a classic trick, popular because it's SO EASY!If you can put the lid on the vase, you can do the trick!
Open the vase and remove the ball from inside the vase. Place the ball into your pocket. Make a magic gesture, take the lid off the vase- the ball is back inside the vase! Put the lid back on, make another gesture, take the lid off- the ball has vanished again!It's back in your pocket!
You can repeat this routine over and over.There is no resetting necessary.No sleight of hand required!
And remember- this Vase comes with the added routine Peter teaches in the ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTION!
Do you like the Ball Vase trick?It's a real classic- one of the first magic tricks known in history.Peter Monticup has made a video showing off some of the antique Ball Vases he has in his magic collection.SEE MONTICUP'S BALL VASES COLLECTION HERE
And that's all you need!Ball Vase is about 5" high.Ball and vase are wood.
How to watch the ONLINE video instructions:After purchasing this trick, you will receive the password for the video.The password will be EMAILED to you with your Order Confirmation.Once you have received the password, click on the WATCH icon located right under the demo video above.The ONLINE video page will appear.Put your password in the password box, and enjoy the video!
A description of the Ball Vase principle appears in a French mathematics book published in 1693 by Jacques Ozanam.
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