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Artifact Puzzles - Angie Rees Precious Cargo Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Angie Rees Precious Cargo Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 92.00


A little birdie told us that we have some new larger puzzles available... you bet "giraffe" we do!

This is an adorable 399 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Angie Rees' "Precious Cargo." Designed by Tara Flannery, this puzzle features a straight edge, fun repeating piece shapes, and herds of baby animal whimsy pieces!

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard unfinished pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California). 

11" by 21"

Difficulty: Really hard puzzles


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Name: Janet
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Review: Precious Cargo is great fun. I had to do it twice so I could count all the additional animals the pieces formed. I think it came to 39. This one like so many of the Atrifact Puzzles will keep your attention which means some nights it will keep you up very late.
Name: Dotti L.
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Review: I love this puzzle and thoroughly enjoyed putting it together. It was a bit challenging, but not as difficult as I expected. All the animal shapes are great. However, I am disappointed by the way the picture is trimmed. The top edge and left side have clipped off the birds' heads and the green buffer along the giraffe's neck, making the art work look less than whole.
Name: Heather J
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Review: Great, vibrant puzzle! Lots of fun to put together and really detailed animal pieces. Highly recommended!
Name: Stephanie T
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Review: A rewarding, fun and colorful puzzle. It is easier than the average "really hard" puzzle but still challenging with higher piece count and largish volume of similarly colored background area. This puzzle has a bigger footprint than most (unlike its subject, hahaha) - so make sure you have enough table space set up. The pieces in this puzzle are most similar to those in Erin Hanson's "Hues of Zion." So if you like that puzzle check this one out, or if you like doing this puzzle, consider doing that one next!
Name: Kate S
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Review: We had so much fun with this puzzle. One of the joys is that many of the puzzle pieces are animal shapes, so we'd be saying things like "I found where the parrot goes", or "the elephant went in today". However, there are also many similar, but unique pieces that made this very challenging. As does the image, which has no easy things like a fence, or a horizon to give you an additional clue to work from. Took us a while, but we enjoyed taking our time.
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