You can flash the corners with wire, but I still get tight enough. The result – not a very long time of burning as fuel in them just do not withheld. Rolls (Rolls). Is also quite popular. They can be made of completely different sizes, increasing the area (taking Stropu wider) or volume (original).
The first – for the size of the flame, the second – for the time of burning. Monkey fist. This is such a great site – monkey fist. Tally from the rope. At their manufacturing to insert into some core, so these wicks are always pretty heavy.
But too well absorb and burn well. Tangle. Most of the Asbestos – take asbestos rope, make a ball and wrapped the top with a grid of wires. MoonBlaze. One such wick is made of two narrow strips of Kevlar. Very well absorb the fuel and the less it is sprayed, as they smaller gaps. Death Star. According to the description – very brightly lit first, then as usual kafedraly. For some poi are used by several wicks. Also there is a variation of poi – fire snake (fire snakes) – when instead of a wick used Kevlar rope. Working with such poi looks almost the same as working with the flags. Poi of socks. These poi are made from long tubes of cloth (often long-colored socks) with a scoop for the weight on one end and with a knot at the other. Often just use them for training – as myagy material does not allow himself to swipe a failed stunt performance.
Gifts Empress also been great – because at that time it was customary to hold the primarily luxury jewelry, and jewelry were token, and the official awards. Infinitely generous, she herself often received from friends, colleagues and allies fine jewelry – and, of course, could not resist when in 1777 the Swedish King Gustav viii gave her a token of friendship and respect for skillfully carved crimson red grape bunch weight of 255 carats, framed by green enamel leaves. Huge, iridescent stone was like a sweet delicacy, which so wanted to taste – it was the most unusual of the historic stone and still kept in the Diamond Fund of Russia. In the old days it was called “Caesar’s Ruby,” but later it was found that gem is not a ruby, and perhaps much more interesting and unusual stone In Russia, tourmaline from the xvi century. and especially in the xvii – xviii was used to decorate jewelry and church regalia items of church furniture. In the Kremlin Armory Museum is stored Panagia John the Baptist, executed in the xii century. Byzantine masters adorned tourmalines. Tourmalines were decorated with wreaths and the Grand Dukes – for example, Caps Romanov and Ivan Alekseevicha.V crown of Czech kings, which according to legend killed someone who wears it with no right to it was inserted turmalin.Turmalin weight of 500 carats was decorated with the crown of the Russian Empress representative tourmaline is considered – the Jolly Green Giant (Jolly Green Giant), which is stored in the State Museum of Natural History in New YorkeTurmalin – it is something really special, in a surprising world of gemstones.