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Obidient Egg
An egg with a face printed on it is found hanging being threaded on a thread held by the magician at its two ends. The egg stands still or falls downward along the length of the thread at the command of the magician.

 
 

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ODD Plumes
The magician shows three plumes of three different sizes. The colors of the plumes are also different. The red plume is long, the yellow plume is medium and the green plume is the shortest one. The performer then introduces a folded board. He unfolds the board. It is seen that there are three pictures of the three different sized plumes in three different colors are printed on the board. He then places the “V” shaped board in front of the plumes. It covers the plumes. When the cover is withdrawn, nothing happens. The performer then brings the opposite side of the board to the front. On this side three plumes of different colors of same size is printed. He now covers the plumes with this side of the board. When the cover is withdrawn it is seen that all the three plumes have changed their sizes to same size.
If wished, the plumes can be brought back to their original size also. A wonderful magic.

 
 

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One + Two = One Rope : 
The magician shows one rope to the spectators. Then he folds that rope and tied the both end. After that he falls down the knot and appears another two ends. He also tied the both ends. He folds the rope in his palm. After few magical pass, he shows the rope with only two ends. Then he loses the knot and it becomes one rope.

 

 

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P. K. Nut & Bolt Mystery
The performer introduces a nut and bolt. He screws the nut on the bolt. The screwed nut and bolt is placed inside a small transparent box. The box is then placed on the table. The magician then makes some magical gesture. The bolt unscrews visibly itself from the nut within the transparent box.
The same effect can be shown placing the nut and bolt within the transparent box on the palm of a spectator.

 
 

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Pagoda Box Mystery
The Performer shows an empty small polished wooden box in the shape of a Pagoda. The box has a front door hinged at the bottom. The door has also been provided with a glass through which interior of the box is seen. The Performer also introduces one yellow wooden cube with holes on its two sides; two ropes are seen passing through the hole. The Performer now places the cube inside the box. The two ends of the two ropes come out from the box through two cuts provided on the two side walls of the box. Taking one end of the rope from each side a knot is tied at the top of the box.
Now the Performer holds both ends of the two ropes and lifts the box from the table. Suddenly the box along with the cube gets released from the rope and drop on the table. The Performer is seen holding the two ends of the two ropes.

 
 

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Paper To Hat (Four Color) : 
The magician shows two pieces of colored tissue papers. These are placed together and torn into several small pieces. The torn pieces are crumpled together and when opened out, it is seen that they have magically transformed into a colorful hat.

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Paper To Spring Bouquet (10 Refill Pack ) :
The magician shows about six pieces of colored tissue papers. These are placed together and torn into several small pieces. The torn pieces are crumpled together and when opened out, it is seen that they have magically transformed into a colorful bunch of flowers.

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Passe Passe Cube :
One red cube and one white cube covered by two black bottomless cubes interchange their positions repeatedly.

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Pen Through Anything Improve :
The performer shows a pen, a part of which is passed through an invisible hole of a visiting card. The card is hold horizontally while the pen is hold vertically. Major portion of the pen is seen above the visiting card and a small portion is seen form below. The performer then slides the pen side wise. It is assumed that the imaginary hole, through which the pen has passed, is moving along with the pen. Finally the pen is drawn out from the visiting card with the same sidewise movement. The visiting card and the pen are handed over to the spectator for inspection.
 

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Phantom Tube – Almn :
Magician produces a number of Silks, Currency Notes etc., from a tube which has been clearly shown empty and sealed at both ends.

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Photo Change Frame
The magician makes a picture change to a different picture in a picture frame. He may also make a picture appear in the picture frame which was shown empty a moment ago. The picture may be of a freely selected personality.

 
 

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Plate through Finger
A chopper with a wooden blade is shown. A finger is inserted in the hole and the top of the chopper pressed. The blade miraculously passes through the finger.

 
 

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Pom Pom Stick Glitter
The Magician displays a glittering PVC baton with two cords running through it at two ends. It is seen that there are four Pom-pom balls of different colors attached to each end of the two cords. Say, Blue and Red balls are attached to two ends of one cord and Black and Yellow balls are attached to two ends of the other cord. By pulling the balls alternately the Performer shows that the balls are firmly attached to the cords and the cords run freely through the holes of the stick. When he pulls the Blue ball the Red ball at the other end of the cord comes closer to the stick and if the Black ball is pulled the Yellow ball comes near the stick. He repeats this move several times. After that the Pom-Pom Stick suddenly starts behaving mysterious and abnormal behavior. The performer pulls the Red ball, but instead of Blue ball the Yellow ball attached at the end of other cord comes closer to the stick. He pulls the Black ball, the red ball comes. He pulls Blue ball, Yellow ball reacts. The Magician acts as if he has been puzzled. By this time audience will be suspecting that there must be some connection within the two cords inside the stick. After repeating the same move for a few times he break opens the stick from the middle. It is seen that there is no internal connection among the two cords. He fits back the stick. Now the Pom-Pom Stick behaves normal as before. He pulls the red ball and the Blue ball comes closer to the stick and so on.

 
 

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Production Bird Cage S.S :
The Performer Produces from no where a rigid bird cage about 15” high and over 10” diameter with one or more live birds on its Perch.

 

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Production Box Teak :
The Performer introduces a rectangular box made of teak wood . He turns the box to show front and back of the same. He opens the front door and back door of the box one after another. The interior of the box is seen to be completely empty. He then closes the front door and back door one by one and turns the box once again to show the back side of the box. Finally he produces huge quantity of silks, spring flowers etc. from inside the box by opening the top door.

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Production Clock – Plastic # 6 : 
Suddenly the performer catches a small Clock (the size is slightly bigger than a Pocket watch) from thin air. He then splits it into two and hands over one to the Assistant who in turn hangs the clock on the hook of a stand. Performer again splits the Clock in his hand into two and hands over one to the Assistant. Thus the performer produces six Clocks spliting one after another.

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Production Cube In Bag :
The Magician displays a brown paper bag. Inside of the bag is shown to be empty. He then produces six glitter bright colored cubes from the bag.

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Production Hat (Folded) :
Take a foulard. Show both sides of the foulard. Draw out the folded hat from under the lapel under cover of the foulard. Allow the hat to expand by releasing pressure and at the same time draw the hat out of the foulard as if the hat has just materialized behind the foulard.

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Production Lantern Chain # 3
This is a Production item (folding) suitable for use in Production Boxes like square circle, Mirror Box, Large Drawer Box etc. When folded this outfit takes a very short area in the secret compartment of your Production Box. It occupies only a small space of 10” diameter with a thickness of 1.5”. But when produced the height of the outfit increases to 33”. When produced it takes the shape of a chain of three well decorated lanterns.

 
 

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Production Spring Ball # 2 : 
Magician use this ball for production purpose. He can produce from Lantern Ball/ Mirror Box/ Triangular Box/ Genii Tube etc. 

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Production Streamer Silk (6 mtr.) :
A multicolour streamer silk magician uses for their production items. The width of its 6 inches.

 

 

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Production Umbrella
Production Umbrella is a production item made from colorful cloths. These umbrellas are used by the magicians for production from big production apparatus like ‘Square and Circle’. But the umbrellas are mostly produced by the magicians from body load.

 
 

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Production Umbrella Card Print
Production Umbrella is a production item made from card printed clothes. These umbrellas are used by the magicians for production from big production apparatus like ‘Square and Circle’. But the umbrellas are mostly produced by the magicians from body load.

 
 

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Production Umbrella News Paper Print
Production Umbrella is a production item made from news paper printed clothes. These umbrellas are used by the magicians for production from big production apparatus like ‘Square and Circle’. But the umbrellas are mostly produced by the magicians from body load.

 
 

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Production Umbrella Woolen
Production Umbrella woolen is a production item made from colorful wools. These umbrellas are used by the magicians for production from big production apparatus like ‘Square and Circle’. But the umbrellas are mostly produced by the magicians from body load.

 
 

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Pro-Van Change Hanky :
This is a versatile Hanky (foulard) by which you can produce or vanish any small object like Billiard Ball, Banana, Wrist Watch, Pack of Playing Cards, Lighter, spoon etc. You can also change any object to other variety.

 

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Pyramid Production Box : 
The Magician shows a Blue colored triangular box. The box looks like a pyramid having no top. He unfolds the Box into a “V” shaped panel. It is seen that the three sides and the bottom of the Box (all in the shape of trapezium) are hinged together. He then reverses the panel. The other side of the panel (i.e. the inside of the box) is seen to be of Red color. He then reconstructs the Box and produces silks, spring flowers etc. from inside the apparently shown empty Box. 

 

 

 

   

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Rasna Glass :
An empty transparent glass is shown. It is then filled with orange squash or Rasna from a bottle of a can. Performer then turns the glass up side down. Instead of falling to the ground the liquid remains as it is inside the glass defying the law of gravity. After a while the Performer inserts his finger through the open mouth of the glass and brings out an orange colored silk leaving behind the glass completely empty. The orange squash has been transformed into a silk.

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Rattle Box :
A coin or a ring is placed inside a small wooden box. The box is closed with the sliding lid. The box is then shaken. A rattle sound is heard which confirms the existence of the article. Instantly the box is handed over to the spectator. The spectator may shake the box. But there will be no sound. Spectator opens the box but finds nothing. The coin or the ring as the case may be has completely vanished from inside the box. The coin or ring is produced from some other places.

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Reappearing Die (Jumbo & Small) : 
You take out a small rectangular plastic box .It has a sliding door. When you open it, it is seen that there are three dices- red, green and white. A dice is selected and taken out of the box. The door of the box is closed and placed on the table on one side. The selected dice mysteriously vanishes. When the box is opened, the vanished dice is seen to have reappeared inside !

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Reception Spun Red
The Reception apparatus is an adaptation of the classic Coffee Vase apparatus. It will allow you to produce, change or vanish items like liquids, Silks, Ribbons, Spring Flowers confetti, cotton wool etc.
The apparatus we supply is made of brass and chromium plated. Rub it over occasionally with a piece of newspaper or tissue, to maintain the gleaming silver finish.

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Reels (Plastic Reel / Mini Finger Reel With Stop / Jumbo Brass Reel): 
We are manufacturing various Reels. Magician can pull any Silk, Cigarette, Hat, Rope, Flower as he likes. With the finger reel with stop. He can order to stop any where as per his advice.

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Repeat Photo Frame
The magician makes a picture change to a different picture in a picture frame. Again he makes it to change into a totally different picture. He may also make a picture appear in the picture frame which was shown empty a moment ago. The picture may be of a freely selected personality.

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Revolving Balloon To Rabbit / Production Box :
The magician shows all sides of a big wooden box by revolving it on its base. The front of the box has a big designed cutout through which interior of the box is seen to be empty. There are three metal chains at intervals from top to bottom of the cutout. The Performer now introduces a balloon and inflates it. He then unlocks the central chain from bottom and puts the balloon inside the box. Finally he locks the central chain again. The Performer now makes a magical gesture. The balloon inside the box magically transforms into a Dove.

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Revolving Top Rabbit Table
This is a very portable and convenient folding table. Its attractive design makes it the perfect for a kid show though it can be used in any show. The large top provides ample space for magic props. It provides the perfect platform for a large prop like a mirror production box or a square circle outfit, which need to be shown on all sides. Just place the prop on the table and rotate the top instead of fumbling with a large prop, a touch of professionalism in any act.

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Ribbon Fountain / Dove Pan Aluminium (Double Loaded) :
The magician produces a magic bowl from some production item, say M-Box. The bowl is kept on a table and short length of ribbon is pulled out of the bowl. As it is dropped to the floor, like a fountain a long colorful ribbon cascades down from the bowl. It seems that the ribbon is never ending. The speed at which it flows down is really remarkable.

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Rice And Water Vase Mini (S.S) :
The Rice bowls are one of the oldest of magic effects, presumably of Chinese origin.

In Effect the performer shows two empty Bowls. One of these is filled to the brim with rice and covered with the other. When uncovered the rice has magically doubled in quantity, over flowing the Bowls.

The rice is now emptied out, and the empty Bowls are placed together mouth to mouth again. When separated the Bowls are found filled with water, which is poured from Bowl to Bowl.

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Ring in Wand & Hanky Mystery
A ring is borrowed from the spectator. The ring is then covered with a handkerchief. The spectator is allowed to feel the existence of the ring through the handkerchief. A magic wand is introduced. Holding the magic wand in the middle the spectator is asked to hold the magic wand at its two ends with her both hands. The handkerchief is rolled around the magic wand. When the handkerchief is withdrawn the ring is found threaded at the center of the magic wand.

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Rising Match Box :
A match box standing on the finger tips of the performer is shown on command of the performer the drawer of the match box mysteriously riser up.

 
 

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Rolex Fountain Multicolor
The magician shows an empty pan. He closes the same with its cover. The cover is removed. Holding the pan the performer pulls out a short length of Rolex strip from the pan. As it is dropped to the floor, like a fountain a long colorful strip of Rolex cascades down from the pan. It seems that the Rolex strip is never ending. The speed at which it flows down is really remarkable.

 
 

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2D Rose
The performer shows a rose in his right hand. He places the rose on his left palm and slaps the rose with right palm. When he lifts his right palm, the rose is seen to have transformed into a flat rose. The flat rose is then handed over to the spectator for examination. It is a small piece of polymer board on which the picture of flat rose is printed on both sides.

 
 

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