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The Catherine wheel (also Catharine wheel, pinwheel) is a type of firework consisting of a powder-filled spiral tube, or an angled rocket mounted with a pin through its centre. When ignited, it rotates quickly, producing a display of sparks and coloured flame.
The most common Catherine Wheel, which feasts with low budget use, is the 5 wheel piece, which consists of 4 wheels placed in a form of a cross, and one in the middle. Another favourite one is the star piece. It is usually big, 4 meters in diameter, and 8 shaped diamonds or usually 10 rotate on a base, which create an opening and closing star effect
Posted by jogroglog at 5:24 AM