Gnome Village 326 Piece Geometric Puzzle Featuring the Art of Henry

Quadrapus 326 Piece Geometric Puzzle Featuring the Art of Henry

Quadrapus 326 Piece Geometric Puzzle Featuring the Art of Henry

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What goes down in the forest when no one is around? Nobody gnomes. Except Seattle artist Henry. This detailed look at the daily lives of gnomes will have you captivated as you discover the inner workings of a gnome village. The wondrous world will unfold before your eyes as you assemble all 326 pieces of this challenging wooden jigsaw puzzle.

Bewilderness's signature geometric cut pattern is extra tricky and will leave you scratching your head as you figure out where to begin when there's no obvious border!

This wooden puzzle is precision laser cut from high-quality birch/basswood ply just under a quarter-inch thick. The dimensions of the completed puzzle are about 9.25" x 16.5". Each puzzle comes in a clear biodegradable plastic zippered bag, which is wrapped in tissue and placed in a glossy gift box with magnetic enclosure. This puzzle includes a small photograph of the final image to aid in assembly. Made with love and shipped directly from our partner, Bewilderness Puzzles in Woodinville, WA, USA.

The Bewilderness Puzzle Promise: If for any reason you're unsatisfied with your puzzle or it arrives damaged, please contact us and we will make it right for you! We want you to be completely thrilled with your puzzle.

Keep in mind that Bewilderness puzzles may have some very small pieces, so they're not for kids under 3 years old.

 

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Susan Keiff
A fun challenge for an Artifact Puzzle fan

This was a gift for my mother, who is a big fan of Artifact Puzzles. She appreciated the unique shapes of the pieces that made it just difficult enough without being frustrating, specifically commenting: “I really enjoyed the challenge. Will definitely do it again, several times, and I loved the cute picture.”