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Ecru Puzzles - Rogier Van der Weyden Saint George and The Dragon Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Ecru Puzzles - Rogier Van der Weyden Saint George and The Dragon Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 48.00


This is a 168-piece Ecru wooden jigsaw puzzle with artwork from the influential 15th century Dutch painter Rogier van der Weyden. Our Ecru puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. The medieval design by Jef Bambas has complex connectors and thematic whimsies. You may not be able to kill a dragon, but you can slay this puzzle, it is an average difficulty puzzle. The Mim Time for this puzzle is 2 hours and 30 minutes (54 seconds a piece).  Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in a silver box with a magnetic clasp.

7.5" by 10"


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Name: Barbara and Larry Hauser
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Review: Just like the previous reviewers, we were captivated by Rogier van der Weyden's stunning artwork! The beautiful matte finish of the Ecru puzzle did, indeed, enhance the depth and clarity of the finished puzzle. We had wanted to try an Ecru, and we did also find that the pieces were cut very precisely and closer than in the Artifact. However, we love whimsy pieces, and this puzzle had a wonderful and well-themed selection. Although we are pleased with the Ecru features, we will probably continue to choose our puzzles on the basis of design, beautiful colors, and, most of all, whimsy fun! That being said, we did love this puzzle and found great pleasure in seeing this lovely scene develop. We give it high recommendation!
Name: Carol Marks
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Review: I really enjoyed this puzzle. The artwork was superb and the pieces beautifully crafted.
Name: Timothy Wright
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Review: I am sucker for anything St George slaying dragons. I love the art which especially looks great when finished. This was an average to easy puzzle for me, 70 minutes. The pieces are large and distinct enough sort by color/pattern then connect areas. Maybe the more important point is I had a lot of fun with this puzzle, fun not being a function difficulty for me.