We are proud to feature the award winning kaleidoscopes of Luc and Sallie Durette, who have been making kaleidoscopes for 31 years. Their kaleidoscope exteriors have evolved through various combinations of wood, antique and stained glass, hand painted glass, tapestry, hand-painted silk, handmade papers, metals and acrylic lacquers.
Equally dynamic, their interiors have evolved from stained glass and pressed flower wheels, to chambers showcasing objects as diverse as tumbling dried flowers, exotic, imported beads, exquisitely detailed flame–worked glass and brilliantly colored hand–coiled wires.
Their son Noah is now involved in the family business while attending college with a major in International Studies.
NOTE: We are expecting more kaleidoscopes in mid July 2020 in a round barrel style. If you'd like to be added to the wait list please email firstname.lastname@example.org