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Crystal Cleaver (T-155) by Tenyo Magic - Trick
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A ring (which may be borrowed) is placed into a crystal casket and the top is closed. The box is covered with an empty tube. A magical cleaver (a small sword) is inserted into the top of the tube, and then magically pushed down through the crystal casket and through the ring. When the tube is removed, the sword is through the ring inside the casket.
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Childish, With Genuine Charm Report this review
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This is a miniature, bloodless version of cutting your assistant in two. A small metal ring is placed inside an equally small crystal box with a hinged lid. This box is placed upon a small plastic platform and covered with a tiny purple plastic cover. A miniscule metal sword is then passed through an opening in the purple cover and pressed downward. A noise is heard as the sword apparently cuts through the crystal box and the ring inside. After a few magic words, the magician removes the purple cover and shows that the sword has magically penetrated both the crystal box and the ring, without damaging either. The spectator is free to inspect all the props and will never find anything suspicious.
I cannot imagine carrying Crystal Cleaver with me for restaurant performances or walk-around gigs. It simply looks too artificial and childish. Its hard, shiny plastic reminds me of a magic kit I was given when I was 9 years old.
Just the same, the trick has genuine charm. I keep it on my desk at work, and when people ask about it I give a little performance. It's about two-thirds magic and one-third puzzle. A couple of my spectators have come close to figuring out how it works -- but their most diligent poking and prodding have revealed nothing. The trick's secret is very well concealed.
Overall, Crystal Cleaver is a nifty little effect and relatively inexpensive. It's angle-proof and requires little if any manual dexterity. Presented at the right moment and with a light touch, it will intrigue both children and adults and make them smile.
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