This month we have a fantastic selection of new kaleidoscopes to share! Not only will they delight you with beautiful, endlessly shifting images, they’re also lovely enough to grace any mantle, table or desk.
- The showpiece this month is Steven Gray’s Phantom. The exceptional outer design and stunning inner display drew enough attention at this year’s Brewster International Kaleidoscope Society Convention to win the People’s Choice Award. It’s a limited edition, so don’t miss out!
Steven Gray’s Phantom
- If you enjoy wooden kaleidoscopes, take a look at Twilight 2 by Shelley and Randy Knapp. It uses an oil-filled cell and two-mirror system to create beautiful five-point mandala images.
- For an international flair, try works by German kaleidoscope artist Lothar Lempp. These compact kaleidoscopes are beautifully made with exteriors of inlaid wood and dry cells, featuring hand lamp-worked glass. We also have a gorgeous French vintage kaleidoscope by Apres la Pluie with handmade paper exterior and real glass pieces.
- Steve and Peggy Kittelson bring us a collection of beautiful and colorful Mystic Rapture kaleidoscopes with slumped-glass exteriors and combinations of dichroic, flame-worked and lamp-worked glass creating dramatic images.
- Don’t miss Judith Paul’s new interchangeable kaleidoscopes! You’ll enjoy a seemingly endless array of beauty by exchanging multiple oil-filled cells within a single body. Each kaleidoscope comes with one puck.
We’re sure you’ll love the selection of new kaleidoscopes available at KaleidoscopesToYou.com this month. Choose yours today!
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.
When it comes to intricately designed stained glass kaleidoscopes. The work of Steve and Peggy Kittelson stands out from the rest. This husband and wife duo has been turning out award winning kaleidoscopes for years. Active members of the Brewster Kaleidoscope Society since 1986, Peggy and Steve have received numerous awards for their colorful and exquisitely crafted designs.
After years of perfecting his craft, Steve is now a master of glass fusing and creating seamless mirror systems. The quality of the images his mirrors create is remarkably crisp and clear, making for perfect images and incredible fields of color.
Peggy Kittelson specializes in the handmade glass beadwork floating in the oil filled object chambers of each kaleidoscope. Her imaginative use of color and form create fantastic combinations of color and texture in every piece they create.
Together, the Kittelson’s work offers kaleidoscope lovers some of the finest views available. Their stained glass kaleidoscopes come in a variety of finishes, from marbled looking glass to mosaic styled pieces. They even offer decorative kaleidoscopes that are adorned with glass figures of flowers, cats, and more. Whether you’re looking for a standard sized kaleidoscope or a larger parlor kaleidoscope, Peggy and Steve Kittelson have you covered with some of the finest stained glass kaleidoscopes available anywhere.