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Highlight and Protect Your Kaleidoscopes

Whether you have a large kaleidoscope collection or are just starting out, proudly display your prized possessions with high-quality kaleidoscope accessories. Kaleidoscope stands safeguard your kaleidoscopes and put them in the spotlight. Kaleidoscope Stand

From 19th-century antique kaleidoscopes to styles from the 1980s, vintage kaleidoscopes capture the imagination with their period-specific differences. Contemporary kaleidoscopes are equally inspiring and are available in designs from a wide range of current artists. Whether you go for the intriguing styles of yesteryear or today’s exciting designs, kaleidoscope stands put the spotlight on your favorite works of art.

Highlight the unique beauty of each kaleidoscope you own with a kaleidoscope stand that’s stylish in its own right. Kaleidoscope stands are available in a wide range of materials and sizes to complement your kaleidoscopes and enhance your decor.

In addition to drawing the eye to your kaleidoscopes, stands are the perfect kaleidoscope accessories to protect your collection from harm. Stands prevent your kaleidoscopes from rolling off of flat surfaces and breaking. Kaleidoscope stands are helpful in any room, but especially in children’s bedrooms, playrooms or other living areas where active kids play. Protect your investment in handmade collectible kaleidoscopes with stands in a variety of sizes and styles to suit your needs.

What’s New at Kaleidoscopes To You This December?

December brings a wealth of new kaleidoscopes that are perfect as holiday gifts or for your own enjoyment!

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Vintage Kaleidoscopes

Vintage “Original Illusion” pieces by Wildwood use interchangeable space tubes to create ever-changing images. Apres LaPluie of France brings us the metal teleidoscope with many wonderful reflections. Or, discover the exceptional Cone #15 by Charles Karadimos, a swirl of lavender-and-white stained glass in a graduated cone shape with its own base.

Kaleidoscope Jewelry

Debra and Kevin Healy offer sterling silver necklaces with wearable images. The Feeling Groovy kaleidoscope necklace has plumeria blooms on the outside and colorful beach glass inside a handmade, 1 3/16-inch length. The Love Bird kaleidoscope necklace features a carefully carved Love Bird in a tropical setting and also uses frosted beach glass inside its nearly 2-inch length. Both have 24-inch sterling silver chains.

Unique Kaleidoscopes

For a unique gift, check out Gourd Gifts by Rhonda James. Using a real gourd, the exterior is hand painted, has a brass eyepiece and sits on a cherry-wood base. We also have Excellerations, a wooden, refillable piece that acts as a science project to show the inner workings of a kaleidoscope.

Stained Glass or Wood?

Kathleen Hunt and Joanne Jacobs create lovely works of stained-glass art, and Peggy and Steve Kittelson continue their beautiful stained-glass series as well. Meanwhile, Luc and Sallie Durette offer gorgeous wooden designs with stunning images.

You can find all of December’s new kaleidoscopes at KaleidoscopesToYou.com. Leave us a comment, and let us know which one new kaleidoscope is your favorite!

What’s New At Kaleidoscopes To You This June?

New Kaleidosocopes

You’ve been looking forward to the arrival of June for a variety of reasons, many of which include warmer days, the opening of your swimming pool and summer vacations. However, we both know that priority numero uno is the unveiling of the newest kaleidoscopes from KaleidscopesToYou.com! Never one to disappoint, June’s batch is here and sure to get your color wheel spinning.  This month’s collection of new kaleidoscopes includes:

Stained Glass Kaleidoscope, “Pod in Orange # 10” – This unique stained glass kaleidoscope is the first in a wonderful new “K Pod Series” by artist Charles Karadimos.

Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes “Serendipity # 59 “ – This unique work of art by artist Sue Rioux is a must-have for every kaleidoscope collector. “Serendipity #59” isn’t your ordinary kaleidoscope. It features two separate mirror systems; all housed in one beautiful stained glass and dichroic glass kaleidoscope sculpture, with the object cell a barrel design.

Vintage Kaleidoscope VanCort Reproduction # 1784 – Ahoy, Matey! If you’re looking for a truly one-of-a-kind piece as a decoration for your home or to supplement your collection, this elegant reproduction of the Bush parlor kaleidoscope by Van Cort Instruments is prefect!

Butterfly Mariposa in Stained Glass – Artist Sue Rioux’s genius knows no bounds as evidenced by this elegant blue dichroic glass butterfly creation.  This butterfly mariposa iridescent stained glass kaleidoscope is a must-have for any butterfly fan!

Vintage Kaleidoscope “Burgundy Dry Cell” – If vintage artwork is your forte than this beautiful early 1980’s kaleidoscope by artists Peach Reynolds will make the perfect addition to your collection.

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!