Burmese Bells-bamboo


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A most unusual effect from an ancient Hindu scroll.

Bamboo alternative: This works exactly the same way as the acrylic version, but has an ‘old world’ oriental look. The Forbidden City Oracle Bells will open up a new opportunity for routining and patter. Real bamboo and authentic temple bells complete the set.

Five antique bells are suspended on different lengths of cord from a Bamboo pole. The performer holds the pole at arm’s length and asks a spectator to choose one of the bells. On command, the bell begins to swing. At first, ever so slightly, and then it picks up momentum until it is swinging wildly. The spectator is asked to make another choice, and upon doing so, the first bell returns to its previous state of quiescence while the second begins to swing.

No forces, no sleights, no threads, and everything can be immediately examined.

Can be used to locate a selected card. Great for metaphysical and spirit routines, or just plain fun. One of the most unusual effects you’ll ever perform. Comes with complete routine plus some great ideas. This one really makes them scratch their heads, plus it’s entertaining!

Note: Bamboo cracks with age, so your pole may have some cracks in it, but do not be alarmed, this only adds to the authentic aged look.

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Weight2.00 lbs
Dimensions14 × 4 × 4 in

1 review for Burmese Bells-bamboo

  1. artkidwell

    The Burmese Bells have always been one of my favorites. The latest variation with the bamboo rod works just as well but adds the opportunity to create an even better story line. I carry it in my bag wrapped in a very old cloth.

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