"Sphaera" by Sherry Moser is a stained glass handheld kaleidoscope made from deep amethyst mirrored German New Antique glass. Each side has a cast clear jewel inset as a design element. Dark amethyst glass rods with decorative soldering complete the exterior design. This was the first scope to have a large viewing eye piece which allows the viewer to look at the image with both eyes. One of the first dimensional images beyond the round sphere, six sided spikes arise from the edge of the sphere image. This scope has a tapered, modified 3-mirror system and the 3-3/8" in diameter object cell is fluid-filled and includes lampworked glass pieces. This scope comes with a custom wood stand that allows this scope to be used as a parlor kaleidoscope. This scope measures 15-1/4"L x 6"W x 5"T. On the stand the scope stands 14-1/4"T. The scope is signed (S. Moser), named (Sphaera), dated (2015), and numbered (250/300) by the artist.