Canes & Candles
Cups & Balls
Fire & Smoke Magic
Magic $1.25 and under
Magic Coloring Books
Paper Magic and Mouth Coils
Sleight of Hand
Supplies and Accessories
The displayed steel ball is too large to go through the 2.25" tall steel tube. Yet the magician can make it slowly sink into the tube and then rise up again.
The displayed solid steel ball is too large to go through the tube, but the magician can make it slowly sink into the tube and then rise up again.
The lit candle easily penetrates the balloon.
The ball can easily pass through the glass.
Make the steel ball go right through glass.
Two renowned historians of stage magic team up to produce this definitive, engaging history of stage magic, from Ancient Egypt to David Copperfield. Fifty glorious illustrations throughout. By Peter Lamont and Jim Steinmeyer. Hardcover, 368 pages.
The three coins are held in both hands and switch when hands brought together.
Make liquids vanish with ease. Stainless steel, 2.75" diameter and 4.5" in height.
50 red and green napkin rose refills for making origami napkin roses.
A tiny die turns into a ball several times its size.
Magic using the principles and logic of math.