The performer displays a small wooden casket and explains about its history.
An audience member is asked to open the casket and to take out its contents.
Inside they find
an antique bracelet, pearl ponytail holder, paper ball,
The performer states that he will attempt to conduct a magical experiment
He then turns his back and asks an audience member to place
The performer then turns around, holds the casket in full view
The mechanism has been specially designed and carefully constructed by a master craftsman.
Each casket is made from 85 wooden parts and requires over 40 hours to manufacture.
The casket measures approximately 12.5cm wide by 10cm tall and 9cm deep.
It has been painstakingly handcrafted from natural aged teak wood
Manufactured in 2014 by Magic Wagon Thailand.