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Miniature Kaleidoscope Swarovski Aurora Borealis Crystal Moon Pendant

  • $ 4000


I have taken a miniature working silver chrome kaleidoscope with tiny iridescent glass spheres inside and added a Swarovski aurora borealis crystal moon and an AB crystal connector. Comes with a 24 inch silver chain. A fresh view of the world through a prism lens.

A kaleidoscope is a cylinder with mirrors that contains colored objects such as bits of glass. They are often made of brass, wood, or glass. As you look through one end, light enters the other, which creates a colorful pattern from the reflection of the mirrors.

The name kaleidoscope was coined in 1817 by Sir David Brewster, a Scottish inventor. It is derived from the ancient Greek phrase "kalos eidos skopeo", which means "to see beautiful forms".

Brewster was conducting experiments on light polarization when he invented the kaleidoscope. Manufacturing began in 1817, and it proved to be such a success that 200,000 kaleidoscopes were sold in London and Paris in just three months. It was originally intended as a scientific tool, but was later copied as a toy.

Swarovski Crystals are considered by many people to be the finest quality crystals made. They are ground with such precision that they sparkle as brilliantly as diamonds. Swarovski Crystal is unmatched in quality and distinction.

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