This is a 505 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of Seattle artist Alfredo Arreguin's diptych painting titled "Cat Nap." It has a Mayan-themed puzzle design by Tara Flannery and Maria Berg. Despite the straight edge, it is one of the most challenging puzzles we offer. All our puzzles are made with 1/4" wood and laser-cut in the USA. Packaged in our 3" pine wood box.
Name: Diane D
Review: Wow this puzzle is spectacular! The colors are more vibrant and the image more detailed than the web image shows. It is challenging, but still flows well, and the design has lots of twists that grab you all the way through. It is a puzzle to flip over when done to see the backside. I got it through Hoefnagel, but now it is on my Wish List to buy.
Review: what a wonderful puzzle! the construction and cut are both interesting and fun to work. it went together in hunks with a delightful AHA moment when we realized what was happening. not an easy puzzle, highly recommended. it always amazes how puzzle pieces come together to make a lovely picture when done. artifact puzzles are among our favorites. ** we didn't know in advance that it was a diptych and do puzzles without looking at the picture.
Review: What a joy! This puzzle is not only beautiful, but also very challenging. The cut is intricate and full of surprises, many of which you won't discover until it is complete. For instance, it is a balanced cut design and has smaller puzzles within the puzzle. I forced myself to slow down while completing this puzzle because it is such a joy to discover the hidden surprises and the lovely picture.
Review: This puzzle was just a joy—delightfully complex, beautiful, and full of surprises. Simply one of the very best puzzles I've had the pleasure to do. As the secrets came to light, everyone that saw it was in awe. A great purchase at twice the price!
Review: This is an amazing puzzle, definitely the best puzzle of my life and I am 73. It is very difficult but very rewarding. The colors on the puzzle are way more vibrant than the picture on the box or the computer picture. There is a wonderful surprise ending. There are delightfully cut pieces and an overall theme that is revealed. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes extremely difficult puzzles.