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Silks to Flower Net tube -- NOT Tricks Co


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In the 1980's Tricks Co Ltd (Japan) introduced their Silks in Net Tube effect.  As with most Tricks Co items, this one is now difficult to find, but there is another (non-Tricks Co, Ltd) version available, which works as well as the original.

The effect:  A black semi-see-thru netting tube is shown, and three different color silks are stuffed into it, completely filling the interior. The colored silks are visible thru the net tube at all times. When the magi pulls the silks out, they have changed into a tri-color (feather) flower.

Alternate effect (if you supply some duplicate silks) would be to have the silks come out tied together, instead of changing to a flower.   Or another alternate effect would be to use the tube in a classic Twentieth Century silks routine.

Good magic, includes 11 inch long tube, flower, three silks.     This is a nice (recent re-make) version of the great Tricks, Co effect that was sold back in the 1980's....so it is an honorary member of our Japanese magic line-up.   (But to be clear, this NOT the original Tricks Co item.)

This item is opened, and previously owned, but appears to be unused.  Complete, with instructions.

 

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