Curio by Alan Warner


A small wooden case contains two oblong, black wooden plaques, one solid and the other with various Egyptian hieroglyphic symbols cut completely through it. The entertaining routine supplied with this effect involves the theft of the hieroglyphic plaque which the thief removes from the case and conceals in his pocket, only to discover later on that, to his surprise, the plaque in his possession is now the solid one, the one he stole originally having meanwhile somehow mysteriously returned to its rightful place in the case.

The case is handcrafted in teak, measures approximately 10 cms in length by approximately 4.5 cms in width, and has been designed on similar lines to a jewel case, with a brass-finished hinged lid and a green velour lining. The plaques measure approximately 6.3 cms in length and are made in wood with a matt black, hand-burned finish.

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