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I third the Martin Duffy recommendation tooo.
its really good.

I wanna ask does anyone got any good "Dove Pan" for bizarrists?
actually I want a pro that can contain liquid and can change something like "Dove pan"
or I should opena a new topic~

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Ok, I received mine today! Mine isn't as striking as the one in the photo above, but I am happy with my purchase nonetheless. Took awhile for them to be made but once the Martin Breese company got their stock it was shipped immediately and arrived quick. Works like a charm and the supplied routines are wonderful. I will be using mine for the purpose of telling some local Native American history and the first routine gave me great ideas to pull from. I can't wait to put it into action this summer.
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Recently got a flyer from Martin Breeze and he claims to have several ceramic Lotta pots available.

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Tom Crecelius makes some great ones too!
Their site is under construction, so give Tom a call.
He hand makes amazing pottery Lota Vases and Bowls,
he not only has several sizes, from coffee mug to large,
he’s do custom work with design, style, color, size.

His Lota inspired one of my favorite presentations,
and it’s in “Tales of Enchantment” with a photo of mine.
Tom’s a great guy and his prices are very fair too.

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Hi all, I have never owned or used a lota pot/jar in performances, but they do seem like a wonderful piece to add to my routines.

Please forgive me if you find this question too intrusive, but I would just like to know if a lota pot/jar can be examined by a spectator? without of course tipping its innner workings etc.

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On 2012-06-06 02:20, Mind illusionist wrote:

Please forgive me if you find this question too intrusive, but I would just like to know if a lota pot/jar can be examined by a spectator? without of course tipping its innner workings etc.


Not really, as it has some evident holes... But why should it be examined???
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On 2012-06-06 02:20, Mind illusionist wrote:

Please forgive me if you find this question too intrusive, but I would just like to know if a lota pot/jar can be examined by a spectator? without of course tipping its innner workings etc.


Not really, as it has some evident holes... But why should it be examined???

Great answer.

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I know the saying, don't run when your not being chased. and while I certainly wont ask spectators to examine it or hand it out to them for inspection, I might be doing an intimate small group or parlour show, and I just like to know if something can be examined or not, should that happen.

for stage this wouldnt be an issue of course.

Thank you kindly for answering my question anyhow. regards,

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Hi all, I have never owned or used a lota pot...







Thanks for sharing! Smile
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Lol Gary, I don't see you adding useful information here!! Smile
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They look great,get you one! And,don't give stuff out to be examined! (Kinda Rookie Moves) Smile
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I would put a knife in the heart of anyone foolish enough to touch a sacred item. Are you doing a magic show with toy props or conducting a proper ritual.
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I'm not familiar with lota bowls or pots. Can you show these to be empty and have them magically fill with water?

The pots look great and they're uk made, great for me, but is there a maker of lota bowls in the uk too?
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I'm not familiar with lota bowls or pots. Can you show these to be empty and have them magically fill with water?

The pots look great and they're uk made, great for me, but is there a maker of lota bowls in the uk too?


Yes; water, wine....perhaps blood. A coin or coins....sand from the Nile. bones for a casting....dice

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And is this also the bowl you empty out, and it keeps refilling over and over?

If it isn't, what would that trick be?
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Yes, that is its intended use I suppose but why limit it to just that? Why not start out with a completely dry vessel full of bones? Produce some Egyptian coins and perhaps the sands of the Nile and then end with the Pharaohs blood for grins?

OR, my shamanistic friend some bones and feathers, beads and a drink of mescal for each guest?

Pirate grog perhaps.......
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Wine from water, fishes and bread for the hungry masses.....yes, its been done but its still talked about
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Hey RCP,did you get yours from Indiana?

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Hey RCP,did you get yours from Indiana?

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I have a number of them. The Martin Duffy is the best of the off the shelf ones. Indiana is certainly good if you know what you are looking for. Stevens ME has an interesting new one, more of a pitcher design.

If you can find a good local potter and know what you are looking for that's the best option. A cheap plastic one and some paint can work.......

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Thank you Sir!

I am close to Louiseville too! Or,maybe the one maker is in Lexington KY.
I have to recheck that!

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