Ecru Puzzles - Edward Binkley Village Scene Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 88.00


This is a 309 piece Ecru wooden jigsaw puzzle of Edward Binkley's fantastical Village Scene art. Our Ecru puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. The puzzle, designed by Jef Bambas, has piece shapes based on the Cairo pentagonal tiling interspersed with thematic whimsies. This puzzle has a straight edge. This puzzle's difficulty is average.

Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in a blue box with a magnetic clasp.

8.25" by 15"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Robyn, VA
Review: Excellent whimsies and a bright, sharp image full of fun details.
Name: Rachel and Aaron Cato
Review: There is so much detail in this puzzle, we got caught up in looking at the image more than working the puzzle! The connectors all are pretty much the same but it didn't take away from the enjoyment or pleasure of working this beautiful Village Scene.
Name: Michael B
Review: My first Artifact and Ecru puzzle. Absolutely loved it. Beautiful art.
Name: Timothy Wright
Review: This puzzle will become one of my favorites. It is a large puzzle with 309 pieces. There is so much detail that almost every can be precisely located by looking at the image on the box. Which begs an interesting question I thought ECRU puzzles don't have the picture on the box? This was fun and easy by referencing the box image. I had it done in about 4 hours. Without looking I can imagine it taking 40 hours. The ECRU print quality is exceptional which is important when looking at detail on fingernail size pieces. The art is to die for. The art is so original and entertaining, the small image on line does not begin to do the puzzle justice. I loved it and think it would also make a great gift, and I want more puzzles from the same artist.
Name: Hronir Jones
Review: This looked like a sea of brown pieces at first, and I felt like a bird pecking at the bright little spots of color here and there, but after a while I started to really see it, and the image itself is full of characters and details - reminds me of the Joe Vaux Garden of Earthly Delights in that way - just so much going on in the image, but this puzzle is harder due to only a smattering of color.