We recently received a new shipment of great new kaleidoscopes in which we’re sure you’ll be interested. After all, where else can you find such a great collection of these beautiful optical devices except at Kaleidoscopes to you?
This month’s collection of new kaleidoscopes includes:
- String of Pearls, a stunning device by Judith Paul and Tom Durden embellished with a net of pearls on the barrel.
- Marblescope in Black Texture Glass by Sue Rioux looks like it is made of small bubbles.
- Ideal for placement in a nautically themed room, the Beach Glass Kaleidoscope in Greens has real beach glass on the exterior, as well as in the prism.
- Give that special child with a spring birthday the Frogs and Toads Kaleidoscope by Gemini, featuring colorful drawings of these creatures on the outside with an array of colorful beads for viewing on the interior.
- Our latest vintage offering is 1998 Rainsong by Luc and Sallie Durette, with a finely crafted wooden exterior.
Kaleidoscopes to You constantly adds new inventory. Check our pages often for the latest in collectible and toy kaleidoscopes to give as gifts or for yourself.
If you’re looking for an absolutely unique and unusual gift idea, stained glass kaleidoscopes will provide you with some wonderful ideas. Kaleidoscopes are often thought of as toys for children, but the amazing designs featured at KaleidoscopesToYou.com will surprise you with their interesting materials and concepts. In particular, the stained glass options are elegant and striking, completely captivating for both children and adults. It’s important to recognize that the glass construction makes these designs more vulnerable to breaking. Supervision is suggested if children will handle such devices. However, the designs and the mathematical exploration provided in a kaleidoscope make it worthwhile to provide a youngster with the opportunity to experience looking through one of these designs.
Stained glass kaleidoscopes are crafted by stained glass artists and merge the mathematical concepts involved in kaleidoscope theory with the beauty of colorful glass. Workmanship in the pieces offered for sale by KaleidoscopesToYou.com is superior, with elegant soldering and finish work. You will never think of these as simple children’s toys again after you explore the unusual structural and color details available. While stained glass options are captivating, we carry many more interesting options in a huge range of pricing options.
In early October, we had a wonderful afternoon on the Northeast Iowa Artists Tour. Our destination and purpose was the art glass and kaleidoscope studio of Peggy and Steve Kittleson.
We are always amazed by hot glass work. Peggy allowed us to take video which is hosted on YouTube.
Peggy Kittleson Lampworking Glass
On this gorgeous Saturday afternoon, we had the opportunity to learn the back story on Mystic Resolution and its full inspiration. Watch here.
This Mystic Resolution Parlor Kaleidoscope by Peggy and Steve Kittleson is a rare kaleidoscope limited to only 5 pieces. The one shown here is #4 in the series of 5.
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