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Artifact Puzzles - Tomasz Pietrzyk Circle of Time Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Tomasz Pietrzyk Circle of Time Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 53.00

This is a 220 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of Polish painter Tomasz Pietrzyk's painting, Circle of Time. The puzzle has an irregular edge (no straight edge pieces), and themed whimsy pieces; designed by British artist Matt Lyon. This puzzle's difficulty is average. Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in a small blue box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).

10" by 10"

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Name: slugbiker
Review: one of my favorites! delightful image with lots of very cool time-related whimsies. highly recommended.
Name: Art Dameron
Review: Easy puzzle. Took two hours to put together.
Name: rev. Rahchayl Rain
Review: Super lovely, enjoyable with surprising shapes. A delight, even after doing it numerous times. Loved making up possible story lines. Thank you
Name: Barbara and Larry Hauser
Review: This is an incredible puzzling experience! We were excited to meet Albert Einstein and his famous formula amongst the whimsy pieces, but also enjoyed the more mystical whimsies presented. This puzzle has beautiful colors and a wonderfully fun edge. The artwork by Tomasz Pietzky is not only intriguing and lovely to behold, but also provoked a rich philosophical conversation which is still ongoing. And what time is it in this magical world populated by such interesting inhabitants?? Try this puzzle and enjoy a fun journey!
Name: Fia k
Review: I purchased the of time without knowing anything about the cuts. When I opened the box I saw all these different types of pieces with no real flat edge. I said to myself I just wasted my money because it looked to hard to do. Customer service said I should keep trying otherwise I can return it. Well I completed the puzzle in about 8 hours and it’s beautiful. Only thing is how do I display it. I can’t see myself putting it back in the box, it’s to beautiful. How does the rest of the puzzle people display there puzzle. Because I want to purchase more.