Click to enlarge
This blood-red cord is a portal that stretches from one side of the universe to the other.
It links a strand of beginning and end.
Its capable, coarse weave is the product of necessity.
This coin, a distant relative of hope and wonder, is a device to carry the mind from natural to supernatural. A mere reflection of light off the shimmering circle is an amazing temptation to the eye, remnant of viewing a pleasant flashback.
Imagine the poetic entrée of events, a beautiful brass coin, deeply engraved with Chinese characters and a hole through the center,
penetrates the cord.
On the string and off again, effortlessly, magically, in a way you've never seen before.
• The power of a puzzle wrapped in the illusion of magic.
• Hosts baffling visuals and bewildering brain bashers.
• Unique pinwheel penetration looks impossible.
Jeff McBride says
Ultimate Ring on String is "Extremely well made, wonderful magic." Three versions of a coin, each distinct with its own power, feel priceless, as if polished by legends and folklore, yet molded by a method excelling in creative efficiency.
Jay Leslie's performance on the included video is excellent, but when I find a magic trick this powerful, I prefer to perform it from the inside out; to passionately express the magic with a careful story. You can take it further than he has.
You might take it all the way, or just enough to hug cortexes everywhere you go. Regardless, it's a brain kicking effect, something that leaves you satisfied.
Billy McComb praises
"That's the most amazing thing I've seen in years!"
This junior set uses a smaller coin, comparable to a half-dollar.