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Artifact Puzzles - Erin Hanson Crystal Grove Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Erin Hanson Crystal Grove Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 80.00

This is a 357 piece puzzle of Erin Hanson's painting, "Crystal Grove". With split tendril connectors and similar colors sweeping across much of the image, this puzzle is one of the most difficult we make. The puzzle is designed by Tara Flannery and Jef Bambas, inspired by a tessellation by Mark Dow. Its pattern and whimsies pair well with Erin Hanson's Open Impressionism art style and emphasis on movement in the landscape. If you are looking for a gorgeous and challenging puzzle, this one is for you.

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Menlo Park, just south of San Francisco).

10" by 16"

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Name: EJ
Review: This is a truly beautiful, eerie and challenging puzzle. Took me a while to solve this one, but I loved it - so much so that I framed it afterward. It looks great on the wall.
Name: Terry from Kansas
Review: This is a killer puzzle, but just delightful when the pieces finally slip into the right fit! It is beautiful when complete, far more so than expected. Varied colors and patterns keep you on your toes as the sections you build could go anywhere. Would definitely buy again, or give as a gift!
Name: Kristen Dunn
Review: Wow this puzzle was hard. And gorgeous. And fun. I was sorry when we finished, and miss the feel and look of it. This was a gift from a friend, and as soon as we were done we snapped up another Architecht puzzle. We're hooked.
Name: Anne H
Review: My daughter loved the puzzle yet it only took her about 6 hours to finish. I would have liked to see more pieces to make it even more challenging. It was fun and difficult but for someone who is really good at puzzles needs a bit more.
Name: Jan Pfeifer
Review: This kept us entertained in the evenings for a couple of weeks! And it's so pretty that we framed it afterwards :) Don't be fooled by the relatively low count of pieces ... it was the hardest puzzle I put together.