The Moontide, a handmade kaleidoscope by Henry Bergeson` offers the viewer an elegant, liquid-filled object case that twists and turns gracefully about two axes, meaning that it can be twisted and turned. The Moontide shows you a bit of your surroundings or it’s brass trim, mixed in with the cool contents of the cell itself, giving you a world of color and patterns at your fingertips. Because of the way it catches the light, it’s is a long time favorite that creates a dynamic flow of images to behold. The Moontide is offered in bubinga and maple. The kaleidoscopes are finely finished to a using a 25 step sanding and finishing process. This results in a object that is not only a total pleasure to look through and use, it is a pleasure to simply look at it sitting there. The kaleidoscope is available in either bubinga, a west African hardwood or maple. There are two mirror configurations, either the 2 mirror or the 3 mirror. The 2 mirror provides the viewer withe a circular mandala image surrounded by a black field. The 3 mirror configuration has the mandala as well but a third mirror generates a whole series of additional patterns.