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A beautiful wooden frame with four glass window panes is displayed.

Each glass pane is now tapped with a brass rod in turn to show that it's solid.

Two panels with star traps are now placed on the frame, one
in front of two of the glass panes and one behind.

The brass rod with a length of ribbon attached is then pushed
through the star traps, apparently penetrating the glass!

The rod and panels are then removed, showing that
the glass is unharmed and still perfectly solid.

The panels are now placed over the other two glass panes
and the effect is immediately repeated again!

Next, two panels are placed in front and two on the back
of the frame, covering all four of the glass panes.

The brass rod is then pushed through each glass pane, and the ribbon can be
clearly seen passing completely through all four of the star traps!

The frame can then be shown on both sides and there is no explanation as to
how the brass rod could have passed through all four of the glass panes!

Finally the brass rod and panels are again removed, and
the glass is lifted completely out of the frame!

It is now clear that it is not four panes, but one solid sheet of
glass which is immediately handed out for examination.

This effect is based on an original idea by Peter Warlock called Warlock's Glass Penetration.

The frame stands approximately 18cm high and 16.5cm wide and is completely
hand-crafted of genuine teak with a lightly distressed oil finish.

Manufactured in 2020 by Magic Wagon Thailand.