We use a variety of woods including natural cherry; bubinga; mahogany; curly, burled, and birdseye maple; padouk; burled walnut; rosewood; and many others as we can get them.
The object chambers are filled with oil and a variety of materials. Generally, side lite kaleidoscopes use mixed glass for the most spectacular effect. If you are looking at an end lite kaleidoscope, you will see dichroic glass as it gives the most vibrant color.
Carol & Mark Reynolds - The artists behind Kaleidosvisions.
We are very proud to call Carol Reynolds a Vermonter. Though she doesnot live here now, she was born and raised in Brattleboro, Vernont.
Kaleidosvisions kaleidoscopes are one of the most popular of our larger kaleidoscopes. They are spectacular inside, showing a never ending fireworks display.
The outside is wood and theturning mechanism is built into the kaleidoscope body. This makes then nice to hold as well as look at, inside & out.