Rice Bowls - Past and Present

The Rice Bowl effect dates back to the late 1800's (at least!). Many modern magicians know only two types, the expensive metal "Brahmin Bowls" and the cheap plastic magic set "Rice Bowls" invented by Frank Ducrot around 1900. This e-Book explores many other variations you may not know about, AND gives you something new at the same time... Spellbinder's Wizard Rice Bowls. These bowls are ungimmicked and may be placed in the hands of the spectator during your routine, as he or she helps to fill one with rice, or participates in other ways that will leave everyone amazed at how the rice multiplies and where all that liquid came from.

As an additional bonus, the new principle is used to bring the venerable Lota Bowl up to date. You can use any ungimmicked decorative vase or jar, and each time you pour out liquid from it, the liquid does not diminish in any way. In fact, if you wish, you can pour out water one time, then coffee, beer, milk, fruit punch, etc.

 

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