Silk to Egg

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Silk to Egg is a magic effect in which a silk cloth is changed into an real egg.


Fred Culpitt created a Sucker Effect version in which the magician "teaches" the audience how it is done with a hollow egg, but then the hollow egg transforms into a real egg.

Adelaide Hermann while headlining at Keith's for a week, presenting as part of her act the changing of silk to egg and then changing of egg to a bird.[1]


Publications

  • NEW COMBINATION EGG AND HANDKERCHIEF in The Dramatic Art of Magic by Louis C. Haley (1910)

References

  1. Sphinx, February 1920
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