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Ecru Puzzles - Erin Hanson Cypress Lights Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Ecru Puzzles - Erin Hanson Cypress Lights Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

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This is a 398 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of the colorful contemporary landscape "Cypress Lights" by Erin Hanson, painted in the Monterey/Pebble Beach/Carmel area at the northern tip of Big Sur.

The puzzle design by Chandler Millwood has a straight edge and whimsies themed reflecting what Monterery, Pebble Beach and Carmel are famous for, not quite as good as a visit, but hope you'll enjoy puzzling it all out!

Our Ecru Puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA.

11" by 16.5"

As the manufacturer, our minimum suggested age for this puzzle is 15 years.

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Name: Claire R.
Review: Erin Hanson's art is close to my ideal puzzle art: colorful enough that it's easy to find islands of pieces that fit together, but impressionistic enough that the whole image comes into focus only gradually as you build. This image in particular was pleasantly nostalgic for me, reminding me of my Northern California childhood, and while the cut seems simplistic I found it satisfying how smoothly each piece clicked into place.
Name: Margaret
Review: We enjoyed working on this one. It is more challenging than the typical Artifact puzzle and very satisfying when it’s completed. Highly recommended!
Name: Barbara H.
Review: I confess I’d buy any Erin Hanson puzzle, they are all so brilliant and so tricky no matter how they are cut. This one is breathtakingly beautiful and now my favorite. I found this one to be fairly challenging, almost as hard as Crystal Grove, it took a good three to four days of work in short bursts because I could not sit and stare at those abstract pieces for hours. I’d look for a specific color and find it’s everywhere. So many colors and brush strokes in one square inch, how does she do it? I’d love to watch her paint.
Name: Terry B.
Review: We recently completed #14. My mother, a puzzle aficionado worked on it with me and it was quite a challenge. It is by far one of my very favorite completed puzzles, I highly recommend it, and look forward to another mystery puzzle!
Name: Stephanie T
Review: In order to keep the mystery alive I'll stick with some tips: 1) sorting is your friend. 2) if you do a lot of artifact puzzles you'll immediately recognize some elements of this puzzle (which are cool!). 3) if you usually use the box to do puzzles this puzzle is a great illustration of why you don't need to!

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