David Kalish has designed a fabulous teleidoscope! Have you ever looked through a teleidoscope? A teleidoscope is a specific type of kaleidoscope that uses a clear marble at the end of the mirror system instead of an object cell. Simply point a teleidoscope at anything of interest and the mirror system inside will make a kaleidoscopic pattern of whatever you see.
What sets this scope apart is David's use of extraordinary front surface mirrors. The brass bodies come either on a ribbon - as shown - to be worn around the neck or with a small wooden stand. People love to give them as gifts and often take a few home for themselves. You can even take pictures through them with a digital camera, turning your friends, cats, or the colors of your home into kaleidoscopic images! The scope itself is 3" long. Ribbon colors and availability vary, so please let us know your color preferences or if you’d prefer the scope on a small wooden stand.