This is a 220 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of Polish painter Tomasz Pietrzyk's painting, Circle of Time. The puzzle has an irregular edge (no straight edge pieces), and themed whimsy pieces; designed by British artist Matt Lyon. Suitable for ages 7 and up. Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in a small blue box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA (specifically, in Menlo Park, just south of San Francisco).
Name: Fia k
Review: I purchased the of time without knowing anything about the cuts. When I opened the box I saw all these different types of pieces with no real flat edge. I said to myself I just wasted my money because it looked to hard to do. Customer service said I should keep trying otherwise I can return it. Well I completed the puzzle in about 8 hours and it’s beautiful. Only thing is how do I display it. I can’t see myself putting it back in the box, it’s to beautiful. How does the rest of the puzzle people display there puzzle. Because I want to purchase more.
Review: This puzzle is a lot of fun and very pretty. Easily completed in one evening with two people working on it.
Name: Linda Berube
Review: This puzzle is amazing; incredible detailing and fun whimsy pieces, with an irregular circular border. Like no puzzle I've ever seen!
Name: Michael Fox
Review: This puzzle is beyond description. The entire puzzle is a whimsy. As always, the artist’s color pallete is a delight. I need to do some research on Mr. Pietrzyk's work, but every time I go to look up his name—as I type it into the computer one letter at a time—by the time I get through half his name I have forgotten what I was looking up. This puzzle is so representative of all that is wonderful of Maya and her people at Artifact Puzzles that it could be the company logo. I must confess, however, that I was a tad disappointed to learn that it doesn't actually keep time. My expectations are high.
Name: Hronir Jones
Review: I've done this puzzle three-and-a-half times now and only had it a couple weeks - it sits on the breakfast table and I'll stop to admire it and then end up taking it apart and doing it again. It's pretty easy despite not having an edge, but it has a richness of color and details that give it enough depth for rounds of discovery.