This is a 373-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "After the Tiger Hunt". The puzzle design is by Jef Bambas. The connectors are varied and the puzzle has many themed whimsies, including a veritable herd of elephants. The edge is somewhat irregular. Expect this puzzle to be really hard. Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in the USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).
11" by 15"
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Review: I really enjoyed working this puzzle with its surprise twists. It was a bit of a disappointment to me that in the end the image was so small and faded that it was obscured by the lines of the puzzle pieces. Otherwise, five star plus.
Review: Another very engaging unique puzzling experience. I can't say enough about this wonderful puzzle. Love the distinctive puzzle pieces and the elephant whimsies were so much fun. It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, but it was hard enough to keep me guessing several times and to make me hard puzzle happy. The top border was a bit tricky. I had to redo it a couple of times, but it all fit perfectly when I got the right pieces in place. I hope there will be many more puzzles made with this puzzle piece shape.
Name: Barbara H.
Review: This puzzle delighted me in every way. The only complaint I have ever had about your puzzles is that the fun is over too soon so I recently made the decision to work all your puzzles without referring to the picture. This puzzle required 3 days of intermittent attention. The exquisite detail visible in each piece, the quirky perspective or lack of perspective, the unique cut and triangle patterning in the overall puzzle design all served to slow me down. The edge was quite tricky. There are a couple of interchangeable pieces in the top border which caused much confusion near the end. I had to take the border apart, scramble the pieces and hope for the best. The second go was successful. I never did figure out where the hangup was so it will be interesting to re-work this one. I must say that for those of us who love to work slow your hard puzzles are true treasures. I work each puzzle 2 or 3 times in a month before lending it out to my puzzle hungry family.