BCB Puzzles - Under The Sea Hand-cut Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

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This charming ~175 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle is hand-cut in Indiana from thick 1/4" wood by Brookie Biglands of BCB Puzzles.  

This puzzle does NOT have a picture on the box!

This puzzle is in her bamboozle style, which means first you put together the frame of the fish bowl (pictured), and then you have to figure out how the 2 dozen different whimsy pieces fit into the fish bowl. There are lots of drop-outs (empty places) between the whimsy pieces, making this a more significant challenge than its small size would indicate. 

The puzzle has a whimsically irregular edge, as shown. 

(If you have done Stave Teaser puzzles, this is a similar style of puzzle, and on the easier end of the Stave difficulty scale). 

This is a very different puzzling experience, so it's hard to predict how hard you will find it, but some puzzlers may find it really hard. 

The colorful, sweet artwork was created by Brookie's mom, Kaaren Biglands especially for this puzzle. 

What If I Lose A Piece? If a piece gets lost, BCB Puzzles will try to re-cut a piece to match, if they can do it, they charge $50, plus you need to ship them the puzzle to work with. Note it may not be possible to replace pieces for other hand-cut puzzles. 

Note: Because this puzzle is hand-cut and each puzzle is unique, the piece count will vary, but will be approximately 175 pieces.

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: River
Review: TBH I didn't find it that hard, although it was indeed a very different puzzling experience from what I'm used to. I finished it in about 4 hours, maybe a little less, no breaks. A little disappointed in how not-hard it was, but it was a lot of fun!! If it had been harder, I'd give it 5 stars. Note: The puzzle itself (the fishbowl part, not the whimsies) is very easy, so don't expect that part to be challenging. It's the whimsies that are interesting. The 26 whimsies took me about half the solving time, maybe more, and you put those in after solving the "background."