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Artifact Puzzles - Jethro Buck Fishies Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Jethro Buck Fishies Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 94.00


New Nov 2021! This is a challenging 355 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Fishies" by Jethro Buck, who is a contemporary British painter trained in traditional Indian and Persian miniature painting techniques.  

The puzzle design by Ashley Boyd consists of split tendril pieces with a wavy border and smattering of themed whimsies. This puzzle is very difficult thanks to the art and the split tendril connector pieces (see the product photos to see how those connect - they stay together well, but they are a bit harder to figure out than ordinary connector pieces). 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).

11.5" by 17.25"


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Name: Barb
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Review: This puzzle probably took me longer than any other Artifact/Ecru puzzle...but it didn't frustrate me or, worse yet, start to bore me. It was a lot of fun and I derived a LOT of pleasure when I finally got a piece in place. As with other split tendril puzzles I've done, I got to a point where the pieces started to fall into place quite quickly. I was so glad to get to the end but sad to be done with it. It'll be waiting on a shelf for a second go-round. I compare this in difficulty to the most difficult Erin Hanson. Unlike Michael before me, I didn't attempt Plum Blossoms and I couldn't get Old Friend started. These fishies just spoke to me and begged to be put together.
Name: Michael Brandt
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Review: Ok, you want difficult? You’ve got it here. It’s as hard as Plum Blossoms and Old Friends. If you’ve done the Crystal Grove or Undergrowth with Two Figures puzzles with the same type of piece design this is much harder than either of those. It’s the hardest Artifact puzzle I’ve ever done. Plan on spending a considerable number of hours bringing this one to completion.