This brass pocket chop cup is expensive, but it is so nice that (like me) you will see it is a great value for the money. It is excellent quality, made in the USA, and has a great feel and touch to it, when releasing the hidden ball.
The instructions for this cup do not identify the manufacturer. They only state that the cup is made "in New England" by "a fine craftsman who has worked with metal all his adult life" They also say the cup is "made from a solid piece of brass". The instructions have no other info about the maker or the magic company that commissioned it. I came across three of these in a large lot of dealer inventory, and kept one for myself, have sold one, and have this one left for another lucky magician who wants a really nice mini chop cup :-)
If you are looking at this expensive cup, then I assume you must be familiar with Chop Cup routines, etc. Suffice to say, this is a nice piece of close-up magic. You will be proud to perform with this cup.
The cup is 2.5 inches tall. The mouth is 2 inches across, including the rim, and 1 7/8 inches across the actual opening. The cup tapers slightly to the top, which is 1.5 inches across. Photo next to the poker sized deck of cards gives you a better idea of the size of this cup. (Cards not included, of course, but you knew that)
Brand new and unused. With instruction sheet, but you will want to work up your own routine, no doubt.
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