A paper or HDPE tube containing a shell with a long fuse. The shell has a lift charge on the bottom that helps propel it into the air. Once in the air, the shell explodes open and release stars and other effects that streak the sky with various designs. Most display fireworks are shot from mortars. Size 300 single-shot shells come in a variety of affects. Multi-color peony with crackles, golden willow with crackles, red to crackle, brocade silver to green.
Perfect in it's simplicity and a king among classic childhood firework favorites, the sparkler is hand-held firework that burns at approximately a foot per minute while emitting bright, intense colored flames, sparks, and other effects. Sparklers are generally formed around a thin non-combustible metallic wire that has been dipped in a thick batter of slow-burning pyrotechnic composition and allowed to dry.