A teleidoscope is not to be confused with the more common kaleidoscope. In fact, it goes beyond that because the delight it presents to the eyes is not merely a result of the reflections of pearls or a fluid filled inside. An invention of 18th century Scottish physicist David Brewster, the teleidoscope breaks reality with the help of a uniquely designed transparent lens. Made of durable copper, this instrument lets you gaze at a thousand miracles of the world.
Diameter: 2 cm Length: 21 cm