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tehmagic1
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I am looking at some different magicians rings to buy and google search mostly came up with IBM rings lol, anyone have any recommendations for rings or websites??

Also, are these two rings I saw, are they the same thing? lol, Smile
http://www.kurtsmagicworld.com/online_st......ctID=209
http://www.kurtsmagicworld.com/online_st......ctID=146

thanks!
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Yes they are the same rings but slightly different styles. This shape is the standard magic ring shape. Each manufacturer will vary the style just a bit.

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In jeweller terms this is called an African ring.

... and by the way Ron Vergilio's OffeRing is the type of move that Tommy Wonder would have been crazy about. It's just perfect for the standing performer and will fool every people used to the classic ways. Superb.
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Thank you sir, very nice of you to say that.

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On 2010-07-20 09:35, Lawrence O wrote:
In jeweller terms this is called an African ring.

... and by the way Ron Vergilio's OffeRing is the type of move that Tommy Wonder would have been crazy about. It's just perfect for the standing performer and will fool every people used to the classic ways. Superb.


Could you tell me or show me where to find out more about this move? Huge fan of Tommy so love to see what he admired.
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