Henry Bergeson's King's Ransom is the "toy box" of kaleidoscopes. Bergeson is known for his innovations and in this scope he has created a beautiful piece designed to offer endless options. The removable, brass ringed cell opens to hold the dry cell objects he provides or one of the three fluid-filled cells that fit inside. With the cell empty, Kingﾒs Ransom is a crystal-clear teleidoscope, creating a kaleidoscopic image of the world around you. This scope has a 2-mirror system and a 9-point mandala. It sits atop a handmade, two-tiered box - the first level contains dry cell objects; the second holds the three, fluid-filled cells. King's Ransom is signed by the artist and measures 10 1/2" long, 3 1/2" wide, and 3" high. It's available in two woods: Birdseye Maple or Bubinga.