Artifact Puzzles - Van Gogh Self-Portrait Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 49.00


Here is a 125 piece connectorless wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Van Gogh's Self-Portrait. There is a frame you piece together as well that holds the rest of the pieces in place.  This one starts out easy but gets really hard. Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in a blue box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA.

11" by 12"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Martha
Review: Connector-less puzzles? Yes, please! I thought I didn’t care for connectorless puzzles but I’ve solved a couple lately that have caused me to change my position on that! While this one certainly did demand a fair bit of concentration, I quite enjoyed it. I’m no super puzzler by any means; perhaps it’s just the way I relate to color and detail that helped me here. Plus, the piece count keeps it doable. The assembled frame helps corral the pieces. The tile size is fantastic. Gosh, this thing is beautiful! Medicine Teepee is another connectorless one I really enjoyed. Van Gogh died 29th July 1890. He was 37.
Name: Michael Fox
Review: Oh my, this puzzle is one of my new favorites, based upon the image itself, the cut, and the creativity of the entire package. It is deceptively difficult. I am finding it more difficult in ways than Crystal Grove. At the same time, you just get to a point where you move pieces about and hang out with the puzzle, and then do some more rearranging. Bravo, people. This is one of your best valued puzzles. It is a gem!
Name: Hronir Jones
Review: Wasn't really sure what to expect when they said "Connectorless", but what they really mean is the image pieces have no connectors, but there is a thin frame you build around the image, which holds everything nicely in place, mostly. It's a little loose, but it works. I got his face together in about 15 minutes. His suit took me another hour. The rest of it... well, I ended up putting all the pieces into the frame a bit willy-nilly, and then trying to swap them into the right places. I've been doing that here and there for a couple weeks now, and I can tell it still isn't quite right but it's hard to say what to swap with what anymore... It feels like that Zeno Paradox where you run half the race, and then another half, and then another half...