A great replication of another rare Magiro piece. I’ve only ever handled one. As expected, a very clever approach to the classic Wizzy Dizzy Milk with two Magiro improvements:
- there are openings on all four sides of the box through which the performer pours milk
- the box is shown completely empty at the end with no holders/cradles in sight! That part will fool magicians.
Briefly, a small decorative wooden box is displayed. There is an opening on the top, the sides and the bottom. The performer takes a pitcher and begins to pour milk in the top hole. Nothing pours out the bottom. He then rotates the cabinet and pours more milk into the other three openings….and again nothing pours out the bottom! For the kicker, the front panel is lifted and inside the cabinet is a glass full of milk … which is removed and shown all around. And the cabinet is now completely empty! The audience is left with no clue as to how this could’ve been accomplished. The design is clever. The improvement is ingenious.
Another fun piece to perform. Perfect for parlor or stage performance. Size of the cabinet is app. 6″ x 6″ x 3.5″.
(Description supplied with permission by Joe Long)
(Notice: Includes: Printed Instructions.)