Wright Way to Float a Table
Floating Table has long been a favorite of magicians and mentalists.
Now, Tim Wright's ingenious new method, and fine craftsmanship
and design by Wellington Enterprises, come together to produce
a sensational one-man floating table.
new, improved method removes several of the drawbacks of earlier
models. In performance, the table is seen to be quite ordinary.
Coins, or other items can be placed on the tabletop to prove its
solidity. The performer borrows a handkerchief and asks that it
be placed onto the tabletop. The performer places his hand over
the handkerchief, never touching the bare tabletop.
table is then seen to rise. It floats upward, to the right and
left. It floats forward and, at one point, the table is seen to
revolve in a full circle under the performer's hands. The table
rests and the performer tilts the table forward toward the audience,
causing the handkerchief to slide off from the top of the table.
It's that clean!
Daniels, England's veteran performer, said, "This is
what a floating table should look like."
Illusionist, Peter Reveen said, "This
is the Rolls Royce of floating tables."
at these superior features:
*The table appears to be constructed entirely
of solid oak.
*There is nothing for the spectators to see not even a
*The performer's hands never go below the tabletop.
*There are no buttons or screwheads to press.
*The table is under the performer's control.
*The table is crafted from oak veneers and finished in clear
*The four legs are easily removed for packing.
*Table measures 28" x 19.5" x 31" high.
Shipped in a protective wooden crate.
$895.00 with deluxe wooden carrying case.
Special Edition in Walnut:
$895.00 in a protective wooden crate.
$995.00 with deluxe wooden carrying case.