Black and White Lizard Randy & Shelley Knapp

This scope was a one of a kind using a black and white lizard leather as the covering of the PVC scope body.  It has clear anodized aluminum ends to compliment the color of the body.  While this a one of a kind, there were several scopes in this time period with unique leather coverings.  They included sting ray, bullfrog, Guitar Ray, alligator and Crocodile.  The cell contains flame worked black, white and red glass including lucinis.  This color combination was inspired by a series of quilts she had made that used black, red and white fabric.  The end of the cell is ornamentally turned.

The scope is signed “Knapp 06 #1”.

Kaleidoscope Created: 2006
Kaleidoscope Sub Type: Handheld
Kaleidoscope Construction: PVC Pipe, Aluminum And Lizard Leather
Number of Mirror Systems: 1
2 Mirror, 6 Point

Cell/Object Type
  • Turning
  • Liquid Filled Cell

Object Cell Contents: Flamework Glass
Image features: Mandala
Lighting features: Side-lit
Background features: Black
Lens: Yes
database entry by: Karen and Doug Norman
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