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Peony

The most common type of firework, the peony is characterized by a spherical break of colored stars that burn without generating a trail of sparks, or tail effect.

Chrysanthemum

Another common effect similar to a peony, a chrysanthemum has a spherical break of colored stars and its stars leave behind a trail of sparks.

Falling Leaves

A long lasting effect that gives the impression of coloured leaves slowly falling.

Willow

The willow is similar to a chrysanthemum with a big and graceful pattern, but with long burning silver or gold stars that produce a soft huge weeping willow effect.

Horsetail

This effect when bursting create large tails that give it the appearance of horse tails. A very elegant effect.

Ring

An effect of brightly coloured stars arranged in a ring.

Palm

This effect contains a few large comet stars, which in bursting create large tails that give it the appearance of palm tree leaves. Some even have a thick tail that resembles a tree trunk.

Flying Fish

This effect contains stars that quickly swim away from the burst giving the impression of a shoal of fish.

Patterns

This effect contains stars that spread out into a recognisable shape for example a heart or smiley face.
 
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