Artifact Puzzles - Van Os Flowers Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 40.00


This is a 126-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "An Opulent Flower Still Life". This piece is by Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os, not to be confused with his father Jan or brother Pieter, because we know you all keep careful track of your van Os'es!

The puzzle design by Jef Bambas has a partly decorative edge and mostly connectorless pieces, which are a bit more challenging than usual pieces, but still this puzzle is overall only average hard. 

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in a small blue box with a magnetic clasp. Made in USA.

9" by 7"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Susan, CA
Review: This puzzle has few connector pieces so make sure you are on a flat, stable surface to keep the pieces in place. They move easily.
Name: Megan, IL
Review: This is one of the most fun puzzles I've done! It barely feels like a jigsaw puzzle, more like you're arranging tiles next to each other inside of a frame. Very novel & cool design. Although I think it would've been even cooler if the top part had a couple dropouts where the "windows" are.
Name: Bumble Bee
Review: Beautiful when completed. But. I found it difficult to keep the pieces from sliding out of place during assembly. This was my second connectorless puzzle, and I spent more time repositioning each piece than actually fitting the pieces. Like I said, it's beautiful when completed, yet, I feel it's only for those who have a knack for not bumping or touching any other pieces when working on it. Artifact offers many different styles of puzzles for everyone. I'm glad I tried this style and learned that connectionless is not my happy place.
Name: Alexea
Review: Charming little puzzle. Absolutely perfect for a half hour relaxation session with a cup of tea. Hurrah, I have a new favorite pattern designer in addition to Tara Flannery!
Name: slugbiker
Review: another delightful gem (of a flower). Kind of like piecing together stained glass. Even with very few connectors, it wasn't that hard - just had to be careful not to let the pieces slide out of position while assembling - but the "frame" helped.