Every now and again I’ll watch someone who claims to be a magician. But their "tricks" include standing on a telephone pole or taking a nap while trapped in a block of ice. Magicians from days of old carried themselves with a greater sense of mystery and romance. Performers with titles like "The Great" and "The Magnificent" kept audiences rapt, whether by pulling a rabbit out of a hat or floating a length of rope in thin air.
There’s a different kind of magic at work here, specifically the interlocking sterling silver ropes loaded with lab-created DiamondAura®. There’s no sleight of hand involved. In fact, these bright white dazzlers are so delicate, that they can only be put in place by something more reliable than a magician’s assistant—a high-powered microscope. This is no case of "now you see it, now you don’t." Rather, once she sees it, she’ll never forget it—and odds are you won’t be part of a disappearing act anytime soon.