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Bill Hegbli
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On Nov 7, 2016, AndreOng1 wrote:
I enjoy Lance Burton's version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAzDrC_OHjU
Mark wilson's version suggested by joseph it also very entertaining as well.



Lance Burton has not released his version to the Magic Community and has not given anyone permission to use it.
AndreOng1
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Lance Burton's performance is amazing. Hope he release his version one day.
Bob Sanders
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This is the old standard routine for silk to egg found in many magic books. Lance Burton does a marvelous job of it.

Dovelite ceramic eggs are sold around the world and are used by the pros all over the world. Our eggs will hold a 24" square silk. They are available in white or brown eggs. There is also a Walk-Around Version that resets for walk-around table magic.
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Bill Hegbli
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Lance Burton performs a purely sleight of hand version using only a real egg and a silk only, no fakes. You can find the television appearance posted on YouTube. It was some kind of day show, but have been a local small talk show.

Experienced magicians can see and figure out what he is doing.
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Is there a Tenyo version of this trick?
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On Apr 7, 2021, mir11 wrote:
Is there a Tenyo version of this trick?


There is but the common complaint with it is that the egg is too small. I have always found it to be just fine.
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Another advantage of the DoveLite ceramic egg is that it will also hold 6 of the super soft 2" sponge balls. This can be handy for repeat routines.

These are never available in dealer shops.

I look forward to getting back out on the road and doing silk and egg lectures. Covid-19 has been a major interruption to the world of magic. (I've gotten my shots. Have you?)
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Shows are opening back up. We are getting orders for our Silk to Egg and Walk-Around Silk to Egg props again here in the USA.

There is no easier way to vanish a silk in the 20th Century Silk routine.
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On Nov 26, 2016, Bill Hegbli wrote:
Lance Burton performs a purely sleight of hand version using only a real egg and a silk only, no fakes. You can find the television appearance posted on YouTube. It was some kind of day show, but have been a local small talk show.

Experienced magicians can see and figure out what he is doing.


Here is one performance of Lance Burton and the routine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAzDrC_OHjU
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Karrell Fox wrote up the no gimmicked egg silk to egg in one of his books.
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On Jun 19, 2021, hugmagic wrote:
Karrell Fox wrote up the no gimmicked egg silk to egg in one of his books.


Good point, I think it is in For My Next Trick.
Dan Ford
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There is also the Zimmer Egg Gimmick. Not so widely known, but an option, for a no switch egg.
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Back in the 80s there was a fun version from Supreme magic. It was a silk transposition where after you offer to show how it is done, you put the silk back into the egg. But instead of it turning into a real egg the silk changes into a different color one in the egg. The original colored silk is produced from a pocket. It is fun additional segway if you have another routine using two silks.
Bill Hegbli
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The Tarbell Course has something like 5 different handlings for Silk To Egg classic effect.

I had a friend that learned all versions in the course, and he performed all versions for me when I visited. Really different handlings for each one.

I like the original version by Sterling. Always gets good reactions.
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I'm learning a version taught by Dan Harlan on a Tarbell silk to eggs video (#19), I really like the thinking behind it. At one point he shows the "fake" egg with the silk showing in the hole, then lights the silk on fire (it's flashpaper). There's more to it but I don't want to give away the routine, but it has a cool extra convincer.
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