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Mad Jake
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On Dec 5, 2012, Michael Baker wrote:
That same routine was just (re)published in the Nov-Dec double issue of Genii.

Also, Jim Riser was making sets for the Mike Gallo routine (ungimmicked), although I don't know where that routine is published.


Mike,
D. Robbins was carrying the Gallo DVD some years back. I just spoke to Mike a week or two ago, I'm making a few things for him. I'll
see if he is still distributing the dvd, it really is a great routine.

Mad Jake Sr.

PS. Lyn Johnson (Milson Worth) were talking about how beautiful your work is. Much to my surprise he's still manufacturing. But all your work is so beautiful these days.
Was glad to see them on Steven's site.
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Probably one of the most hilarious routines I ever saw was done by Keith Fields using the small cheap plastic ball and vase (actually several of them) I also think it was so funny do to the English accent. not sure if anyone as ever seen it? watching him do that one routine with a cheap plastic trick made me an instant fan of his!
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I love the Gallo routine. On another note... Is see Jim Riser is currently not producing the nicer ball and vase sets. Is Angelo still producing? If so, does anyone have his current contact info. My old email address for him bounced back. Lastly, it there anyone you would recommend that I should look at that still makes nicer ball and vase sets? Thanks so much in advance.
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Eric Hansen makes them without the gimmick
Viking has one with the gimmick that is beautiful, they are out of stock but send an email to George Robinson and ask him directly
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On Mar 22, 2019, pabloinus wrote:
Eric Hansen makes them without the gimmick
Viking has one with the gimmick that is beautiful, they are out of stock but send an email to George Robinson and ask him directly


Thanks so much!
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Spellbinder's No-Shell Routine for the Eric Hansen Egg Cup/ Ball Vase is available at The Magic Nook: https://www.magicnook.com/WIZj16/WIZ16-05HansesEggCup.htm The same principles can be applied to Dollar Store Halloween Vases (the ones shaped like skulls, etc.) in which the egg hatches into a baby dragon that flies off, as described here: https://www.magicnook.com/CraftyMagic/BZ01-05Dragon.htm - "Dragon's Egg Over Easy."
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I have never seen Eric’s wood turned items, but the price sure seems right. Thank you
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Eric Hansen does great work! I have 2 of his pieces, a chop cup and a ball vase.
he comes to town once or twice a year and I always try to check out his latest creations.
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