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Artifact Puzzles - Erin Hanson Crystal Grove Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Erin Hanson Crystal Grove Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 84.00

This is a 357 piece puzzle of Erin Hanson's painting, "Crystal Grove". With split tendril connectors and similar colors sweeping across much of the image, this puzzle is one of the most difficult we make. The puzzle is designed by Tara Flannery and Jef Bambas, inspired by a tessellation by Mark Dow. Its pattern and whimsies pair well with Erin Hanson's Open Impressionism art style and emphasis on movement in the landscape. If you are looking for a gorgeous and challenging puzzle, this one is for you. (Really hard difficulty.)

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).

10" by 16"

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Name: Julie Grimes
Review: This puzzle was so much fun. I was a little intimidated by it initially, but as I worked on it diligently it became easier. It has all of my favorite colors and was so pretty when completed. Thank you for a fun time and a real sense of accomplishment when I finished.
Name: DD
Review: Wow baby, this puzzle is not for the timid! I ordered it more than a year ago, but did not have the space or time (OK really courage) to tackle it before being stuck at home for SIP Covid. Usually I do an Artifact puzzle in one sitting of 1-5 hours. For this one, I had to go to sleep! It took me about 12 hours over 3 days to finish. So satisfying and such a beautiful puzzle.
Name: Puzzle slayer
Review: Puzzle is hard, no cap!
Name: Andrea T
Review: A co-worker brought this puzzle in (we often have a puzzle in progress in the breakroom), and I enjoyed this puzzle so much, the day after we finished it I went online and purchased a puzzle from this company. This one in particular was very challenging, but not tedious or boring. Highly recommend it!
Name: Rebecca T
Review: The curvy repeated cut (split tendril) is indeed quite challenging. The colors can be subtle enough that some serious effort is required in places, but it's not impossible.