Handcrafted in Arkansas Beautifully made, this hand crafted wood teleidoscope is made from sculpted padauk with marquetry inlay of ebony, walnut, and teak. A teleidoscope uses everyday images and transforms them into kaleidoscopic displays. The optical ball lens captures the light and images and the internal mirror system converts it into a an amazing image. It was invented by John Lyon Burnside III. Burnside who rediscovered the mathematics behind kaleidoscope optics. Presented in a Rosewood box. From the studios of Nancy Koscheski and Jean Schilling. Box 51/2" Long.