An Egyptian Mystery
Many years ago I had the wonderful experience of traveling through Egypt from the pyramids at Giza to the Temple at Karnac. One of the highlights of that trip was visiting the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. In this museum you see the treasures of ancient Egypt and the spectular collection rescued from King Tut’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings. If you were to walk through the museum and saw the outer casket of Alan Warner’s Cairo Con you would admire the ancient hand work on the cover and the beautiful inlay work around the base. If you happened to see a sign next to the small casket and it read that this box was one that Queen Nefertiti had kept her most precious jewels in, you no doubt would nod at its beauty as you might many of the ancient treasures in the museum and continue on enjoying every so often your memory of this very special box. The truth is that you do not have to go to Egypt to see this box and not only can you enjoy the beauty of the casket you can find the mystrey of the box. In fact the box holds several msyteries for you and the specators you show this Mini Magic box to. The pieces of the effect are made with the careful hand of the master craftsman Alan Warner. The magic methods are subtle yet compelling. The story that goes with Cairo Con fits the magic perfectly and I am so pleased to have come to own my Cairo Con. If you are looking for something very special be sure you see the box that might have been owned by Nefertiti had she lived in a different era.
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