While ceramic kaleidoscopes
are among the hardest to find, they definitely offer up quality over quantity! Only a select few artists are currently working with ceramic for the exterior of their kaleidoscope designs
, but those few are among the best in the field. In fact, artists including Sue Ross and Ken and Dore Wilhoite produce ceramic kaleidoscopes as their material of primary choice, and one must only look to their work to see they create beautiful pieces that perfectly showcase this unique medium.
If you’re looking to buy kaleidoscope
pieces that call on the flower for their pretty power, we encourage you to browse our selection of designs by Fumie Ino of Japan. These delicate, detailed kaleidoscope designs each focus on one specific flower, whose beauty shines bright against a creamy ceramic background. In fact, if you’re looking to buy kaleidoscope designs that are floral in nature, ceramic kaleidoscopes in general are a great place to start! In addition to Fumie Ino’s creations, you’ll find the “Sweet Pea Flowers” by Sue Ross to be quite charming, as well as the dark, dramatic Calla Lilies piece by Artists Kosage.