A very nicely made paddle rod, by Rich Hill. He isn't making this one any longer, as he seems to be focused more on larger illusions now than pocket magic. But when he was making high quality paddle tricks, he put out this one.
Simple plot. Red jewel at outer end, jumps to the center, then to the inner end. I find the routine a bit too simple, but if you like to play with nicely made props, you might work out your own more involved routine. I prefer to start with the gem on the end, then cause it to slide to the center. Then it splits into two gems, one on each end, which then multiply to be four gems, covering the ends on both sides. Finally all the gems vanish, leaving just a blank rod on both sides.
That routine is NOT explained in the instructions, but if you have some familiarity with paddle rod handlings, you should be able to work it out using this prop.
Made of real mahogany wood, with swarovski crystals
Brand new with instructions.
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