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Topic: Devils Hank for Pocket
Message: Posted by: vegascardcheat (Dec 20, 2003 03:48PM)
I'm interested in sites that you can suggest for unique devils hank, something almost elegant looking that wouldn't look out of place tucked into the breast pocket of your suit. In other words, one that doesn't look like a magic prop. Suggestions on sites or makers? thanks
Message: Posted by: Aperazor (Dec 20, 2003 05:13PM)
Darn,
I'm looking for one as well only wanted one a little bigger than the one I had originally years ago. The effect was good but just not dramatic enough because the hank was much smaller than a normal one plus the goofy coloring.
Last week while browsing web sites I found something that looked exactly like what I was hoping for and it was reasonable priced.
I forgot to bookmark it and now for the life of me I can't find it.
I do remember the name was diffrent and started with an S.
Sorry I couldn't help more, if I do find it Ill be sure to post here.
Happy Holidays
Nick Zender
Here are a couple sites:
http://wf4.search.com/click?wf,+%2Bhaunted+%2Btrick+%2Bhank,,www.daytonamagic.com%2FClose-up%2FCU35.htm,,altavista
http://wf4.search.com/click?wf,ghostly+scarf,,www.abra4magic.com%2Fmovies%2FabrabbGS.htm,,aol
Message: Posted by: Ron Reid (Dec 20, 2003 05:27PM)
Hi Guys:

I have just the site you're looking for. Go to http://www.hughesmagic.com. Richard makes a beautiful devils hank out of suit-coat lining that is very elegant. I've seen one of his devils hanks and it is beautiful. I can't remember the price, but it seems it was quite reasonable for such a nice hank. According to his site, Jeff McBride and Eugene Burger use his hank.

Ron
Message: Posted by: vegascardcheat (Dec 20, 2003 05:49PM)
Thanks! I'll check out the Hughes tip. Appreciate it.
Message: Posted by: Harry Murphy (Dec 20, 2003 10:02PM)
There is another discussion of this topic at:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=52507&forum=115

Check it out.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Jan 8, 2004 07:29AM)
This is purely a thing of taste. If you can find a quality one. Then which one design or color will you like. Most of the time you have to depend on the order filler to pick out for you.

How does he know your tastes. I recently considered the new growing tie, Hank Lee said, "Trust Me, I will pick out a nice tie for your suit". Neadless to say I have not brougt myself to order it yet.

Mak Magic use to make a nice Devil's Hank, but there quality has gone down the hill. You can go to a Taylor shop and order the silk lining and have them make you one. It may cost but, silk is hard to sew.

Bill :magicrabbit:
Message: Posted by: cat26 (Jan 11, 2004 10:28AM)
Why not go to a seamstress and have them make you one. It's not difficult. This way you get your choice of materials and can size it to your needs. You may want to colour coordinate to your clothing, silks, etc. Cheers..... :smiles:
Message: Posted by: gerard1973 (Jul 18, 2004 12:15AM)
Vegascardcheat, check out the Devil's Napkin at Daytona Magic. They are really elegant looking and reasonably priced.
Message: Posted by: hugmagic (Dec 18, 2004 08:49PM)
I make a very good one that Eugene Berger as recomended to many people. it looks like a quality breast pocket hanky not an old paisley couch cover.

Contact me or look at the website for the demo.
Message: Posted by: Scott Horn (Dec 21, 2004 01:53PM)
Lynetta Welch makes an extremely high quality, elegant prop

http://www.fabricmanipulation.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=DPS&Category_Code=C
Message: Posted by: Fredrick (Jan 18, 2005 02:45PM)
If you have access to the Eric Lewis trilogy, somewhere in there is his design. It's not a terribly difficult task to make a good looking hank.

~ Fredrick