Do you know what the start of a new month means? Well, at KaleidscopesToYou.com it means shimmery, shinny, colorful new kaleidoscopes, of course! While the latest selections for 2014 have been pretty great thus far, the new kaleidoscopes available in May are extraordinary! Check them out!
This month’s collection of new kaleidoscopes includes:
- If you love all things futuristic than the Wooden Kaleidoscope “Time Fly in Bubinga” by Henry Bergeson is a perfect addition to your collection. This sculptural work of art is made of wood, features an aerodynamic design and includes sculpted fimo clay pieces, brass beads, glass beads, and vibrant gemstones.
- Randy and Shelley Knapp, two Master craftsmen in the field, have introduced a great new series of kaleidoscopes with the “Tanoshii” #117. Start a new collection with the first kaleidoscope in this series, featuring a solid wood body and bright colors that fill the hand lamp worked oil filled cell.
- Who said bigger is always better? Certainly not us! Check out the new “mini escape” brass kaleidoscope by artist N & J. Great things come in small packages and this new kaleidoscope is no exception!
At KaleidoscopesToYou.com we’re always on the search for the best and brightest kaleidoscopes. Check back often, as we update our selection frequently throughout the month!
March ushers in spring and with it a magnificent new selection of kaleidoscopes at Kaleidoscopes To You! The latest stained glass kaleidoscopes by Sue Rioux, as well as vintage pieces by Doug Johnson will make a stunning addition to your kaleidoscope collection! There is something for every kaleidoscope collector and enthusiast in this month’s newest editions.
- The “Tanoshii” wooden kaleidoscope by Randy and Shelley Knapp is a true work of art! This unique piece features a solid wood body, and is filled with beautiful bright colors in the hand lamp.
- Every kaleidoscope collector should own at least one glass marble piece. Sue Rioux brings us two new “mini” styles in blue and pewter and white. At only $72, these glass marble kaleidoscopes are a great price for such magnificent colors inside each beautifully vibrant marble.
- Choose from our new selection of rare and wonderful vintage kaleidoscopes. These gems are over 20 years old, but are in mint condition. Take home a piece of history with these rare relics.
- You’ll be enraptured with “Paula’s Rapture” stained glass kaleidoscope by Steve and Peggy Kittelson! Made to represent the quilting works of Paula Nadelstern, this stained glass kaleidoscope features a two mirror system that looks into an oil filled cell featuring tiny pieces of dichroic and handmade delicate framework glass.
Check out our entire line of new kaleidoscopes at KaleidoscopesToYou.com today and visit use at the beginning of April for even more new products.
One of the joys of our Kaleidoscopes To You store is helping people find the many different types of kaleidoscopes for sale. Not only will people find toy kaleidoscopes, appropriate for children of all ages, they’ll also discover many kaleidoscope models that are complete works of art. Here’s a sampling of some of our unique kaleidoscopes for sale:
” The Time Machine in white iridescent by artist Bob Rioux allows the viewer to view image with both eyes, through a time machine series. Can you imagine a more unique kaleidoscope experience?
” Intertwined, by Randy and Shelley Knapp, features a non-traditional look with the kaleidoscope sitting on a wooden stand. This creative kaleidoscope features a double object chamber, allowing the colors to intertwine.
” Three Mirror Time Fly in Bubinga by Henry Bergeson is another wooden kaleidoscope with maple accents and an oil-filled cell.
” New Directions Kaleidoscope by Judith Paul and Tom Durden is a parlor piece in bronze that makes a distinct statement!
” Ideal for a nautical themed room, the Seashell Collector Kaleidoscope by Judith Paul and Tom Durden is displayed on a stand, featuring delicate seashells.
” The N&J 8-Inch Long Double Wheel Kaleidoscope is the perfect gift for every kaleidoscope lover!
” Designed by Ken and Dore Wilhoite, the Red Heart Ceramic Kaleidoscope features a two-mirror system with seven points of interior symmetry.
You can find these and many more kaleidoscopes for sale at KaleidoscopesToYou.com.
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