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The performer removes the lid from a plain wooden sarcophagus to reveal an Egyptian Mummy reclining in an open coffin. The coffin containing the Mummy is removed and the performer then demonstrates the Mummy’s mysterious power TO FLOAT UNSUPPORTED IN THE COFFIN. The coffin with the floating Mummy is returned to the plain sarcophagus and the lid is replaced. A second sarcophagus is then shown empty, this sarcophagus differing from the first in that it has a decorated lid.

The performer states that the Mummy has the power not only to float unaided but also dematerialise and materialize, and goes on to prove this by reopening the plain sarcophagus to reveal that THE COFFIN IS NOW EMPTY. On removing the lid of the decorated sarcophagus, THE MUMMY IS NOW SEEN TO BE INSIDE THIS SARCOPHAGUS.

Each beautifully proportioned sarcophagus is made in SOLID TEAK and measures 12 x 5 x 5.4 cms high, an oiled finish preserving the natural wood. The lid of the decorated sarcophagus features A GENUINE HAND-POLISHED GEMSTONE. Please note that each piece of apparatus will feature a different gemstone to the one shown in the photograph below.

The apparatus is a delight to handle, and with Alan Warner’s improved method of working, simplicity itself to perform and a magnificent example of true craftsmanship.

2 reviews for Mummy

  1. Andy Martin

    One of the Warner Signature Pieces!

    I have spent two years trying to track this down and finally I got a lead from a fellow ebayer. Alan Warner sadly no longer makes this effect, but this set I picked up was in mint condition and they are beautiful.

    The effect is similar to the $link(, Voit Mummies) with an extra piece of magic where the mummy is seen to actually float in the coffin. Then the transposition of the mummy going from one coffin to the other occurs.

    Its a shame that Alan stopped making these, but I am more than a little pleased that I managed to track one down.

    Just beautiful and amazing!

  2. George Guerra

    I love my mommy, I mean mummy!

    This masterpiece has long been discontinued and difficult to find on the market; I guess owners are relunctant to part with their mummy and I can understand that. Well I finally got one. Sure, I paid extra for it through ebay but once I had it my hands, I have no regrets. It’s classic Warner craftmanship and my collection sure looks nice with this baby, especially among the other Egyptian pieces. Teak sure makes the item look great and, in Alan’s hand, there is no better master of the woodcraft. Most Highly Recommended!

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