We are delighted to present a 364 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Randal Spangler's artwork fantasy "Fireside Fairytales." Designed by David Figueiras, these high reaching arches are accomplished with the help of classic (and not-so-classic) connectors, majestic themed whimsies, and (of course!) some magic fairy dust. This puzzle has a straight edge and is harder than average.
Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard unfinished pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).
14.25" x 11.5"
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Name: Sandi K Crist
Review: I really admire all of his art!
Name: Herb Sweat
Review: I like this one the best of all. Got it for my entire family!
Name: Sue Szelc
Review: This is a most delightful puzzle in so many respects. I know there is no such thing as an Artifact "Signature Puzzle", but if there was one, Fireside Fairytales would fill the bill. Many puzzle enthusiasts also share a love of books for some reason. Complementary interests. This warm inviting puzzle, has it all. The fantasy aspect of fairies, the calming influence of a roaring fire between two comfortable chairs in which are seated the charming "old folks", the starry night peeking thru the paned skylights....oh, I just want to be somewhere in this relaxing scene!!! Don't let the straight edge fool you: it is pretty tricky. Finally, when this masterpiece is fully assembled, and you gaze at the interlocking pieces, the symmetry and cleverness of the completed puzzle jumps out in the most amazing way. I highly suggest adding Fireside Fairytales to your collection!
Name: Patrick O. Malone
Review: This one is my new favorite. Excellent puzzle! Better to be ready to devote some time to it.
Review: I have to admit, I love books. This puzzle was delightfully colorful and fun with fairies and my dream library. It was so much fun to see the library and the shelves of books assemble itself one puzzle piece at a time. The fantasy whimsies were also surprising, ranging from mythological creatures to delicately made fairies. I even found an elf...and a bunny rabbit. Don't eat the books, rabbit!