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Topic: Magicians Ring?
Message: Posted by: magic725 (Apr 24, 2007 09:49PM)
Hey guys I was wondering where I could get some info on the "Magicians Ring" its the ring that is sort of like a triangleish shape...darwin ortiz and Daniel garcia both wear one. any info would be great. thanks.
Message: Posted by: Stanyon (Apr 24, 2007 10:28PM)
Do a Café "Quicksearch" above. The "M" ring has been discussed before.

FWIW

Cheers! ;)
Message: Posted by: magic725 (Apr 24, 2007 10:37PM)
Thanks alot. I tried to search before but I never knew what it was called.
Message: Posted by: magic725 (Apr 24, 2007 10:41PM)
I searched and 864 pages came back. is there a more specific search I can do?
Message: Posted by: Josh Chaikin (Apr 24, 2007 11:28PM)
Doing an advanced search with "magician's ring" as the subject, and only searching topics yielded 8 results:
Message: Posted by: Dave Scribner (Apr 25, 2007 06:06AM)
http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=197387&forum=107
Message: Posted by: magic725 (Apr 26, 2007 10:02AM)
Wow...thanks a lot guys.
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (Apr 26, 2007 12:06PM)
You can buy the Magic Ring here!

http://www.magicaljewelersbjw.com/
Message: Posted by: jimbowmanjr (Apr 26, 2007 12:13PM)
[quote]
On 2007-04-26 13:06, Kjellstrom wrote:
You can buy the Magic Ring here!

http://www.magicaljewelersbjw.com/
[/quote]

Awesome folks at BJW. Very nice, very helpful, and excellent quality. I bought my ring there and was extremely pleased with the product. The only modification I made was to have the points sharpened up a bit (not too much that it digs into my finger though).

The picture on their page of their M ring simply doesn't do it justice, it is much nicer when you see it up close.

--Jim
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Apr 26, 2007 12:14PM)
The magic "M" ring looks very nice.

But do you know of anywhere else that sells them?

I'm looking for a more robust/thicker magic "M" ring

Theirs:
http://www.magicaljewelersbjw.com/

Looking kind of flat to me.

Thanks,

Nez
Message: Posted by: jimbowmanjr (Apr 26, 2007 12:20PM)
Nez,

It is a bit thicker than the picture makes it out to be. I thought the same as you did when I saw that image but took a chance on it.

I actually spoke to Craig Dickson, who's ring I saw on the JOL Plus wallet DVD about his ring. He told me he had his made by a local jeweler using the lost wax method of casting so it was definitely heavier than your average M ring. Even Craig highly recommended BJW as a source of the ring so I took his advice.

Just a bit of history and experience when I was searching I thought I would share.

--Jim
Message: Posted by: RyanRobinette (Apr 27, 2007 09:51AM)
Us here at Top Hat Magic Supply in Bristol, TN offer a great "M" Ring! Our design has been made from Paul Diamond's original design. You can purchase and check out the ring at http://www.tophatmagicsupply.com. Just go to the website and scroll down on the front home page and you'll see our ring - the pictures don't do this ring justice, but PM me if you would like and I'll send you pictures of mine!

The biggest differance in our rings is that we cast them out of 10kt gold. The is great because if you use 14kt gold or higher, most of the rings will bend and get out of shape...I have had mine for 2 or more years now and it's still the same exact shape and looks great!

We offer Men's and Women's "M" Rings 10kt in White and Yellow Gold. Another advantage of using the 10kt gold, is that the price is much cheaper - but the quality is superior! Men's rings go for $109.95 and Women's rings go for $89.95 - this is a great deal that you should really check out! http://www.tophatmagicsupply.com
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Apr 27, 2007 11:28AM)
Daniel Garcia wears a silver "M" ring on his middle finger.

I seen it on all his DVD's

That's a pretty cool looking ring!

The tophatmagicsupply ring looks king of small
and dosen't have much of a point to it.

Just what I see in the picture on top hat's site.

Thanks,

Nez
Message: Posted by: SpellbinderEntertainment (Jul 26, 2007 02:52PM)
These three famously magical ladies with magical roots
(one’s hubby now president of the IBM)
have a wonderful cottage business
making men's and women's handcrafted magic jewelry!

Their version of the Magician/Wizard's wishbone ring
is the best I've seen, heavy solid silver, weighty and massive
yet very comfortable to wear!

Magically affordable too for the high quality and detail.
Find it all (including puzzle and linking bracelets and rings) at:
http://www.magicaljewelersbjw.com/

Magically,
Walt
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Feb 15, 2008 04:23PM)
How about San Antonio? Anyone know where I can go and get it myself out here. Or maybe even a man that can make them himself, so I can customize mine?