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Kaleidoscopes have fascinated people for over 200 years. In 1816, through his study of the polarization of  light, Sir David Brewster invented the kaleidoscope. There was a flaw with the patent registration, which led to others soon manufacturing them, and achieving the financial success rather than himself.

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Popularity of the kaleidoscope increased during the Victorian age in Europe, and came into American homes in the 1870's. Many changes and improvements were made, and other patents given. Charles G. Bush of Boston manufactured a kaleidoscope with a stand that was widely used in American parlors. Whether used as toys, designing tools, or just for entertainment, kaleidoscopes still remain a delight to many people of all ages and lifestyles.

Be happy with your purchase: This kaleidoscope is sold to you assuring your complete satisfaction. If for any reason you are dissatisfied, return your scope in it's original condition for replacement or refund.

The workmanship is guaranteed and repairs can be made for any accidental damages.

Because of glass components, this kaleidoscope is not intended for children without adult supervision.

Standard kaleidoscopes are $59.00 dollars, highly figured and spalted woods are $79.00 and are limited availablity.  All kaleidoseopes come with a wooden display base. Price includes shipping to all USA addresses.

Wholesale information on request.

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