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Japanese Handkerchief Box

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Zamboplane Zamboplane, member
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This Japanese Handkerchief Box is a piece of magician's apparatus.  A silk scarf vanishes and reappears in a box consistently shown empty.  The box is made from Honduras mahoghany with a plexiglass tray base.  I suspect the name was originally used by a magic dealer to suggest the mysteries of the orient. The design is a classic one as interpreted by me.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Interpretation of traditional design

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