Whether you’re looking for an inexpensive gift or something for your own collection, take a look at the Joanne Jacobs kaleidoscopes available in our collection at KaleidoscopesToYou.com. These colorful works of art come in a variety of sizes and prices, so you’ll be sure to find one that perfectly fits your needs and tastes. Jacobs gets inspiration for her kaleidoscopes from many different sources, including music, painting and even baking. Because each kaleidoscope is made by hand, you will have a truly unique creation that differs slightly from other models in the same line.
One of the most striking things that you’ll notice when browsing through our line of Joanne Jacobs kaleidoscopes is how colorful they are. The popular Klezmer oil-filled kaleidoscope has a piano theme on the elegant exterior that translates to the interior image. Secretariat, in purple hues, features an image of a horse on the exterior, ideal as a gift for a racing fan. The Blue Iridescent Trufflet Necklace Kaleidoscope is a real conversation piece, coming with a silver-plated chain that allows you to wear and take this unique kaleidoscope with you wherever you go. You will even find kaleidoscopes in a variety of iridescent colors that you can wear as a brooch, ideal not only as a conversation piece, but also as a unique piece of jewelry.
Are you looking for a unique way to celebrate Ireland’s favorite holiday? Kaleidoscopes to You has a great range of optical devices that make wonderful St. Patrick’s Day gifts, either for yourself or for someone close to you. These kaleidoscopes have features, such as green exteriors or a concentration of green glass pieces on the inside.
Consider these great devices for St. Patrick’s Day gifts:
- Mystic Rapture by Steve and Peggy Kittelson features a green rippled stained glass exterior that matches interior lamp worked glass floating in oil.
- The Cupcake Kaleidoscope in Green by artist Joanne Jacobs is part of the Truffles kaleidoscope series that almost looks like a lacquered candle. Each is embellished with a faceted crystal at the end of the object cell, surrounded by a ring of Swarovski crystals.
- Golden Island’s large Create-a-Scope with a shining green exterior is an inexpensive device that is ideal for children. A clear acrylic ball on the end snaps out to allow children to add their own trinkets to create unique images.
Complete customer satisfaction is our primary goal. For any questions about our unique and great kaleidoscopes, don’t hesitate to contact KaleidoscopesToYou.com via phone at 1-888-454-2069 or e-mail us
This month we have a variety of new products to offer from some of your favorite kaleidoscope artists, including Steve and Peggy Kittelson, John Culver, Joanne Jacobs, and more! Below are some of our favorite new products this month.
1. Goose Egg Art Kaleidoscopes ” Created by Frank Casciani, these egg kaleidoscopes are stunning pieces of artwork. Choose from the blue glitter egg kaleidoscope and the gold glitter egg kaleidoscope.
2. Vintage Marblescope Kaleidoscope ” With amazing detail and beautiful designs, this vintage kaleidoscope by artist John Culver is a beautiful addition to any kaleidoscope collection.
3. Serendipity Stained Glass Kaleidoscope ” Designed by Sue Rioux, this stunning kaleidoscope features two separate mirror systems housed in one sculpture. You’ll love looking through this masterpiece at the beautiful designs.
4. Single Daisy Kaleidoscope ” Spring may be gone, but Steve and Peggy Kittelson want you to be in a spring mood all year long with this single daisy kaleidoscope. Designed using an oil filled cell, and filled with an assortment of glass pieces, this kaleidoscope gives off a beautiful selection of shimmering designs.
5. Spiral Kaleidoscope Necklace ” Kaleidscopes aren’t just for display in your home or office. You can also display them on your neck with this stunning piece of kaleidoscope jewelry by artists Deborah and Kevin Healy.
You can see all of our new products for November at KaleidoscopesToYou.com. Make sure to check back with us next month to see what new products we have for December.
Value is a concept I’ve been thinking about recently. Value is not the price you pay but what greater benefits you receive for the product for which you parted with some of your treasure.
We are often asked what creates a great value in a kaleidoscope. Value comes from quality materials, good construction, an aesthetic quality that is personal as well as the rarity of the piece.
Some friends were Facebook chatting about a $50 butter dish from a high end kitchen retailer. For $50, you could select a Spirit Kaleidoscope by the Collier Studios. This scope creates great value by using ABS plastic for the housing and FeMo clay for the interior object cells. No skimping on the mirror system or optics however and you have a great scope with a 2 mirror system.
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Spirit Kaleidoscope by the Colliers
For $100 (or a bit more), you can get a decent pair of shoes. For that same price, you could select a fabulous stained glass kaleidoscope by a number of artists such as Kathleen Hunt, David Sugich or Joanne Jacobs.
For $200, you can have a great meal in a great restaurant with fabulous wine. Or you can have an extraordinary signed, unique piece of art by Judith Paul or kaleidoscope jewelry by the Healy’s.
Healy Sterling Silver Kaleidoscope Necklaces
So value is your own personal judgment as to what is precious to you. Here at Kaleidoscopes To You, we search out the best values in scopes so that you have the best balance of optics, art and price in your kaleidoscopic experience.
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