Artifact Puzzles - Joseph Henry Sharp Medicine Teepee Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 36.00


This is a 105-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Medicine Teepee" by Joseph Henry Sharp.

A bit harder than most puzzles this size, as you first build a frame of pieces, then fill in the remaining pieces with connectorless pieces tangram style.  Puzzle design by Chandler Millwood.

Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut.

Packaged in a small blue box with a magnetic clasp.

Made in the USA.

6.25" by 11.5"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Wishes
Review: This puzzle was pure delight! I wasn't sure I'd enjoy placing pieces without connectors, but the design of this one is stellar. Beautiful.
Name: Martha
Review: Snag this! Visually stunning. Awesome small puzzle.
Name: JoAnne
Review: The enjoyment of working this fun and a bit difficult (depending on skill level)puzzle seemed greater than its 105 pieces would indicate. This puzzle definitely forces you to put on your thinking cap, as many of the pieces will fit into the wrong spot! Love the design of the puzzle and the shape of the pieces. It was a wonderful treat to figure out just how those connectorless pieces fit together! It’s a delightful little puzzle that I will definitely want to work multiple times. It’s perfect for those times when you have a free hour of “me time” to relax.
Name: Clickclack
Review: I enjoy the smaller puzzles that can be done on a long afternoon coffee break. The colors are bright and cheery on this one. However, I found that because the inside is connector-less, it was very frustrating to keep the pieces in place and organized as I worked on it. Doing the frame first didn't work either because there were a number of non-unique pieces which needed to be reworked. However, I may have made it more difficult for myself because I enjoy treating the puzzles as Artifact Mystery Puzzles and don't look at the picture during assembly.
Name: Flabusymom
Review: I love the surprise element of this one. Agreed it was a bit like a tanagram and challenging since pieces “fit” but can be in the incorrect place. I love love love this puzzle. If you have the chance to buy it don’t hesitate.