Ninja Linking Rings
The Chinese Linking Rings is considered to be a classic of illusion magic. We hope our perfect for close up rings will inspire you too. Full instructions included and such incredible value!
The Chinese Linking Rings is considered to be a classic of illusion magic. In the traditional effect, solid metal rings appear to link and unlink, pass through each other, form chains and other complex patterns and configurations. The rings may even be handed out to audience members for examination. Sometimes an audience member is invited onto the stage to perform alongside the magician as part of a 'do as I do' routine. Robert-Houdin himself also performed a version of the trick.
In 1988, Japanese magician Masahiro Yanagida performed his miniature linking rings routine, the Ninja Rings, using four rings that were four and a half inches (or 11.43 cm) in diameter. Since then, the Chinese Linking Rings have also become a favourite performance item for close-up magicians.
We hope our ‘perfect for close up’ rings will inspire you too. Full instructions included and such incredible value!