In a new routine by Bill Taylor, the spectators may look directly down on the apparatus as the
ball sinks into the glass! A small solid piece of glass is shown to tightly fit the bottom of a beautifully finished, shallow wooden box. Matching holes in the top and bottom of the box are located squarely
in the middle of the glass, which blocks anything that could otherwise pass through the holes. After the glass and box have been examined, the glass is locked into the box by closing the lid and latching it.
A large steel ball is placed in the hole in the lid, where it rests on the glass. While held at waist level the ball slowly starts to sink into the glass! When raised to eye-level the ball continues to sink
until falling out the bottom of the box! When the box is opened, the glass is still in place, none the worse for wear! Beautifully made in rare, naturally finished woods.