Kaleidoscope Sugar Bowl. We all remember being intrigued by the colorful patterns made by a kaleidoscope. Invented by the Scots in 1817, the "kaleidoscope" comes from "kalos", which means beautiful, "eidos", which means shape, and "scope", which means to view. Thus this pattern from the Lomonosov factory means "beautiful to look at"! Well said, in our estimation. A playful name for this intricate Lomonosov porcelain pattern. Lomonosov factory mark. 5½" x 6".