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A great ring flight using an old looking key case w/ old keys very nice. Leather
You know the handling, so here is the routine:
Performer tells a story about his grandfather and how when ever anything was lost, grandfather always had a knack for finding it. Case in point, one day, grandma lost her wedding band. She went for days looking for it and afraid to tell grandfather about the mishap. At this, the performer asks to barrow a ring from the audience assuring them they will get back their property once the demonstration is done. Admiringly, the performer places the borrowed ring on the tip of his finger. In an instant the ring vanishes from site. The performer apologizes to the owner of the ring. Looking around to see if the ring dropped on the floor, the performer builds up a little suspense. His hands are in plain site the whole time. It is finally apparent that the ring is not to be found. Well, states the performer, let me at least finish my story about my grandfather. See, my grandfather used to carry around this old Gypsy Made Key Case. On it he had all of his important keys . It was said, the key case was a luck piece. Anything of great personal value would always make its way to the key case. One day as grandmother was putting away someof Grandfather's clean shirts, she noticed his key case on the dresser. Now, she knew that his old brass keys tended to shine a bit but this day, there seemed to be a bit more shine to the case than usual. Upon closer inspection, she found her ring amongst the keys there! She immediately went to grandfather to ask how in the world her ring had come to be on his key case. But grandfather had no idea as to what she was going on about. See, I said that grandfather was good at finding things but I did not say that grandfather knew he was good at finding things. Performer now removes an old key case and places it on the table in front of himself. And its funny, but since I inherited grandfathers old Gypsies made key case, my kids think I have gotten particularly good at finding things as well. The audience is shocked to see the once lost, barrowed ring now securely attached to the key case. This is a true classic with a new fresher routine to go with it. It works very well with our products as the look is just right. This one is also a good one to use if you have a Haunted Key. You can have the prop key attached to the case and go immediately into your favorite routine with it.
I have always loved the classic Ring Flight or Key Flight routines but find them to be out dated as no one really uses a key case anymore. Key cases are something your grandparents used. Also, all the versions I have seen are just too bulky and cheaply made for me to have ever wanted to add them to my routines. So, I made my own. And here it is. Like so many of our items, I have taken an idea that has been around for a long while and made it better or updated it. This one is hand-made form top grain black leather and fitted with short gold chains attached to key clasps. The clasp meant for the ring or whatever is to be vanished is a of a secure easy loading design. No rings will be flinging around restaurants and ending up in someone's salad with this one. The folding leather case is closed with a very classic looking brass button. Also, I am including three antique looking skeleton keys to help with the old look of the piece. This Key Case actually looks like it belonged to grandpa. Two of the clasps are left open so as to add your own items. A charm or a modern key, whatever you like. This one works using a reel. The reel is a very good one and runs very smoothly.