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Artifact Puzzles - Geoffrey Gersten In Dreams Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Geoffrey Gersten In Dreams Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 35.00

This is a 116 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of a whimsical painting titled "In Dreams", by Geoffrey Gersten. This puzzle has a unique mini-hex piece design that makes putting it together fun and a little more challenging than you'd expect for such a small puzzle! (Really hard difficulty.) Like all our puzzles, the pieces are laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packed in a small box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA.

  • 116 pieces
  • 10.5" X 6.75" 
  • laser-cut wooden jigsaw puzzle
  • Made in USA


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    Name: Colleen
    Review: I really love this puzzle. It’s quite fun. The colors are bright and vibrant, which definitely adds to the enjoyment of doing this puzzle. The non-flat borders and pink clouds that swirl add to the difficulty. The hexagon-linked pieces adds to the overall whimsy. I usually only really enjoy the level 4, super challenging puzzles. Since it was listed under level 4 difficulty, I was hoping for something that was a bit more challenging. Given the number of pieces and price point, the challenge of it was reasonable.
    Name: Dana
    Review: I bought this puzzle for my brother for Christmas. He LOVED it. It tortured my sister to watch him do it. She is the puzzler in the family and she was dying to help! The mini-hex pieces made this a really fun puzzle. Terrific image, great colors. It was the PERFECT gift!
    Name: Michael Fox
    Review: Great art. Great cut. Fun colors. Much more challenging than you might imagine. Much more fun than mere nerds can say.
    Name: Barb
    Review: For an added challenge try doing it without referring back to the picture. I love the cut of the puzzle pieces and the color which is so much easier on my eyes. Having enjoyed this little puzzle several times I'll be mailing it to my daughter who was thrilled with the first batch I sent her.
    Name: Hronir Jones
    Review: At first I ignored this puzzle because the image looked childish and there were only 116 pieces. But this company has come out with so few puzzles this last year I was forced to take a closer look, and was intrigued to find the pieces are quite clever and unique - there are no connectors per se, but the pieces hold themselves together by wrapping around each other, strings of little hexagons. Much harder than I expected for 116 pieces, but by no means difficult, took a bit under an hour. Also, I have been disappointed in some of the darker prints, but this one was deliciously bright, and the whole experience quite cheering - much like the Dennis Brady, this is one I'll do again when I've had a particularly hard day and need some abstract distraction.