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Atomic water vase

The magician fills and empties the little vase to show that it is an ordinary vase. When refilled the magician turns the vase upside down on his hand and, when the hand is removed, the water remains in the vase. When the vessel is turned in the hands again, the water can immediately be poured out. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

Item Details

Size Diameter of base 65mm.
Date Mid 20th century.
Key Phrases
Ref no N2152