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MASA
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Hi,there.
I'm now looking for the information and prop about John Gaughan's magic kettle.

I will attach the short discriptions about this.

Appearing Magic Kettle.
Los Angeles, John Gaughan, ca.
2004. The magician produces an imposing nickel plated tea kettle
from an empty foulard, then pours any drink called for from
the kettle, at the request of the spectators. Manufactured after a
design of John Willmann. When collapsed, the kettle still contains the liquid necessary
to perform the effect. One of six examples manufactured by
Gaughan. Includes mahogany carrying case and five cordial
glasses (the sixth lacking).

http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/9089812




Does anyone know about this?
I'm so serious buyer if someone hand over to me...
I have looked for this prop for really long time.
Someone,please please help me and give me the information!
Pete Biro
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Why don't you contact Johnny Gaughan?
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Moxahalla
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It was profiled in Genii mag. a few months ago.
mikefallen
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This type of kettle is mentioned on the book Greater Magic. As far as I know, a few only were made and there will not be more for sale
hugmagic
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The original from Greater Magic resides in the Ken Klosterman collection.

Richard.
Richard E. Hughes, Hughes Magic Inc., 352 N. Prospect St., Ravenna, OH 44266 (330)296-4023
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johnmagic
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You’re going to have to watch every Potter and Potter Auction or contact Gabe to find one.
hugmagic
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You can read about it in Greater Magic. Ken Klosterman had one so contacting Gabe would be a good option as he is handling the auction of Ken's collection.
Richard E. Hughes, Hughes Magic Inc., 352 N. Prospect St., Ravenna, OH 44266 (330)296-4023
www.hughesmagic.com
email-hugmagic@raex.com
Write direct as I will be turning off my PM's.
Hookem
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I had one. Sold it for $6,000 on a Martinka auction.
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