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Magic Hands Necklace

The origins of stage magic are rooted in the 1840s, starting as a form of entertainment found at fairs and soon after becoming a big theater draw. Modern stage magic tricks can be broken down into several categories including vanishing, transformation, restoration, escapism, and levitation. The imagery depicted in this Art Deco style necklace is inspired by a 1904 advertisement for magician Harry Kellar's performance of his levitation trick.

  • Available in .925 Sterling Silver or .925 Sterling Silver plated in 14K Yellow Gold
  • Pendant measures 28mm
  • 18in figaro chain
  • Features hand painted patina
  • This item was handmade in Los Angeles, CA

Metal

$160

The origins of stage magic are rooted in the 1840s, starting as a form of entertainment found at fairs and soon after becoming a big theater draw. Modern stage magic tricks can be broken down into several categories including vanishing, transformation, restoration, escapism, and levitation. The imagery depicted in this Art Deco style necklace is inspired by a 1904 advertisement for magician Harry Kellar's performance of his levitation trick.

  • Available in .925 Sterling Silver or .925 Sterling Silver plated in 14K Yellow Gold
  • Pendant measures 28mm
  • 18in figaro chain
  • Features hand painted patina
  • This item was handmade in Los Angeles, CA

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