This 1,121 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle features the color-spectacular ChinaTown by Rachell Sumpter. The painting is a quadtych - click through the alternate images to see all 4 panels. This puzzle features a buffet of chinatown-themed whimsies, from karate masters to pagodas, with T-shaped connectors. Each of the four panels has straight edge. This puzzle is a big challenge! Puzzle design by Matt Lyon and Jef Bambas. Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA. Total size: 41" x 13" (four 10" x 13" panels).
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Name: Jane blunck thiago
Review: It was a challenge, but worth every single minute spent on matching colors, scenes and shapes. What a stunning puzzle. It’s my favorite puzzle and I had done quite a few.
Name: Helen C
Review: Be fearless and try this puzzle despite the high piece count! The image is stunning with lovely colors and has intricate details which draw you into looking at the pieces closely and appreciating the story across the four panels as each takes shape. Areas of the town have distinctive piece-shape & fit challenges, like neighborhood styles. This creates delightful puzzles-within-the-puzzle that encourage you to change solving strategies: color-matching themes, connector/piece shape, and areas with lots of whimsy pieces but some with no whimsies. Some very creative & fun surprises lift it far above just four panels butted together! Be prepared to devote a large table in an area with good lighting for awhile, and don't rush on this one. Savor it.
Name: Diane D
Review: WOW is right - this puzzle is one of the most beautiful Artifact makes. I got it through the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club, and if I was not itching to send it off so I could get another, this beautiful puzzle would still be on my table. The only caution is that there is very fine detail in this puzzle, and image on the box is small. I had to reach for a magnifying glass often. I just got another puzzle from Hoefnagel for which someone had printed out a large version of the image that they put in the box. I wish I had had such a large printout for this Chinese street scene.
Review: Art and piece shapes look amazing. But considering the bright areas and small details - what does it take to get this as an Ecru edition?
Review: So much fun!