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Baby Jade Rings and Coins by Alan Wong
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This set of classic Rings and Coin trick comes with two REAL JADE BRACELETS that makes it a collector's item. From a small velvet bag you bring out two small jade rings, a red lucky envelope and carefully place them on top of the bag. You explain that the jade rings are traditional lucky charms for newborn babies in China, and newly wed couples give away "lucky money" on their wedding day with these lucky envelopes. From the red envelope you drop out a shiny gold Chinese coin that represents luck and prosperity. Tell your spectator you want to send her good luck and prosperity by performing a ritual using these lucky items. You place the rings over the coin with the red envelope in the middle, and then make a wish to send it your friend. You slowly remove the envelope and the coin is gone! You then repeat the actions and show that the coin has magically reappeared under the ring - "because the blessing will always come back to you one day."
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 29th, 2011
95 $%#* dollars....for this. It woudn't fool anyone over...5 years old. I would be ashamed to market such a thing.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 2nd, 2011
This is a horrible thing, I get these for free with orders from different magic shops. Piece of crap in my eyes....1 star is too many stars to give it....waste of money, don't buy it
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 7th, 2014
Yes, most of you got a trick like this in your first magic set. Totally not worth the $99 it originally sold for. Given the quality of this set (real jade rings, bag, etc.), $33.95 is fairly reasonable. On the other hand, once you figure out Wong's gimmick, you could make a set cheaply. The gimmick is a good one and may fool people who had a similar set as children.
The video isn't very good. The best part of it is the cultural explanation of the rings, coins and envelops. But I hate it when a magician, who no doubt spends hours practice each trick in their repertory, stumbles their way through a video, having clearly not rehearsed it enough, which seems to be the case here.
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