Alexander Kiss (1921-1990) was the greatest Russian juggler of the 1950’s and 60’s. He created many amazing tricks that have never been repeated to this day. He was also the first juggler to perform five club back crosses. In 1969 Alexander Kiss won the coveted Rastelli Prize given in Bergamo, Italy to the top juggler in the world.
This is an amazing ring created and used by Alexander Kiss. It is composed of duralumin. It is the most complex juggling prop I’ve ever seen with no moving parts. Donated by Maxim Kiss.
This is one of Alexander Kiss’ plastic rings. On loan from Scott Cain.