The wooden box is shown empty and then closed. When it is reopened, the drawer is completely removed and shown to be full of items of the magician’s choice – anything from a cake to silk scarves.

This glass is filled with a coloured liquid and then the magician can produce a dry handkerchief from it. This particular glass is most unusual because it has been produced out of one piece which has been twisted to provide the appealing appearance of the glass. Okito glasses are usually more like items N16 or N17.

The magician lights a fire in the pan and places the lid on. When the lid is removed the pan is full of doves. The handle of the pan was missing and the one illustrated is from 1985.

The magician lights a fire in the pan, picks the lid up from the table top and places it on the pan. When the lid is removed the pan is full of doves. The table top is decorated with an embroidered design.

The effect is unclear. It may be that the cover is placed on top of a fire bowl and, when removed, the fire has changed into flowers.

This self-contained trick is precision made in glass and metal. The magician holds the empty glass in their hand and, with no cover, instantaneously produces a handkerchief in the glass. From its appearance, the item is believed to be of German or Austrian manufacture.