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Artifact Puzzles - Rachell Sumpter Chinatown Quadtych Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Rachell Sumpter Chinatown Quadtych Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 236.00

This 1,121 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle features the color-spectacular ChinaTown by Rachell Sumpter. The painting is a quadtych - click through the alternate images to see all 4 panels.  This puzzle features a buffet of chinatown-themed whimsies, from karate masters to pagodas, with T-shaped connectors. Each of the four panels has straight edge. This puzzle is a big challenge! Puzzle design by Matt Lyon and Jef Bambas.  Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA. Total size: 41" x 13" (four 10" x 13" panels).

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Name: Jing
Review: So much fun!
Name: Liz V.
Review: One of my favorite puzzles! Challenging, beautiful design! There are whimsies and surprises, and the puzzle is challenging to the last piece. I loved it so much that I left it out for a month, which is unusual for me. I loved the quadtych design and will rush to get a similar style puzzle!
Name: Sue Blumberg
Review: A big wow! The finished puzzle, with its special pieces, is gorgeous. Challenging to the last piece. Given the intricacy and the fact that there are four full puzzles - plus surprises - make this worth the price tag. My dining table will be out of use for a while, as I’m in no hurry to dismantle it. Need to savor this one for a while.
Name: Kim
Review: Great fun! I do puzzles all the time and this has been challenging and fun. Make more like this one!
Name: Joyce Gunn
Review: This is a very challenging puzzle...and a very beautiful one. It is fascinating to construct because it has so many vignettes in the panels, so many different colors and designs. When completed, it shows a Chinese New Year celebration with everyone in their winter clothing. The precise intricacy of the cut of the pieces is amazing. And there is an interview with the artist on the website. Note -- be sure you have a long enough space for the completed puzzle.