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Topic: Looking for a high quality imp bottle
Message: Posted by: omagico (Aug 25, 2019 01:39PM)
Anyone know where I can find one? I'm sick of the cheap plastic ones. They just don't look good.
Message: Posted by: MeetMagicMike (Aug 25, 2019 08:09PM)
Found this one

[url=https://www.martinsmagic.com/allmagic/close-up/haunted-bottle-natural-by-viking-mfg/]Nice imp bottle[/url]
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (Aug 25, 2019 08:21PM)
In our "Crafty Shoppe of Little Horrors" on The Magic Nook, Spellbinder shows you how to make your own "Bottle of the Djinn" from epoxy putty or clay that you harden in your oven. Its roots are in the old "Imp Bottle" which has been in magic shops for generations. It also combines elements from routines of the "Chinese Bottle," the "Pea Can," the "Magical Block," and more. It uses none of the methods employed in any of these old stand-bys, but solves the same problems using new ideas and technologies. If you want something that is new from something very old, as in the Aladdin story, then the Djinn Bottle might be for you! https://www.magicnook.com/CraftyMagic/BZ01-01Djinn.htm
Message: Posted by: gomerel (Aug 25, 2019 11:01PM)
Randi Rain makes good ones.
http://www.raincloudmagic.com/imp-bottle/
Message: Posted by: omagico (Aug 27, 2019 08:39AM)
Thanks for all the pointers. Just ordered the one from collectors workshop. I like their quality and style.

Just a side note the collectors workshop bottle is now $60 not $45 as listed in the review https://www.martinsmagic.com/allmagic/close-up/haunted-bottle-natural-by-viking-mfg/. But hey it's been 15 years.
Message: Posted by: Julie (Aug 27, 2019 01:45PM)
[quote]On Aug 27, 2019, omagico wrote:
Thanks for all the pointers. Just ordered the one from collectors workshop... [/quote]

If I recall correctly the Viking/CW methodology is based upon the Thayer version which is not the same as the typical magic shop varieties.

Julie
Message: Posted by: jimhlou (Oct 7, 2019 05:50PM)
Can't beat Randi Rains for the price. Love mine~