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Ecru Puzzles - Richard Friend Limberlost Woods Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Ecru Puzzles - Richard Friend Limberlost Woods Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 111.00


This is a 355 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Limberlost Woods" by Richard Friend. The colorful, abstract, and busy landscape is matched with a design by Tara Flannery that is busy with mushroom curl connectors and not-so-abstract whimsies. Its difficulty is somewhat harder than average.

Our Ecru Puzzles line is characterized by a closer cut and a matte finish to reduce glare. Like all our puzzles, made of 1/4" thick laser-cut wood and made in the USA. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in the USA (specifically, in Fremont, CA).

Formerly Mystery Puzzle #19

11.25" by 16"


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Name: Franz-J.
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Review: Love the colors and composition and the quality of your Ecru puzzles is simply astounding. The pieces fit perfectly and the fine seams in between don’t distract from the art in the slightest.
Name: craftopian
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Review: I was initially intimidated by the busy print of this one. But after getting to know the image a bit more, working out the different sections became easier. The size and number of pieces are just right. An enjoyable one indeed!
Name: Marygilles
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Review: I LOVE this puzzle. I just got it through the puzzle club- but will probably purchase it even though I have done it. The colors are fun, fun, fun and the pieces fit together with such a rewarding feel. Of the roughly 30 wooden jigsaw puzzles I’ve done- this one is at the top of the list.
Name: Stephanie T
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Review: I agree with Tonia, the surprise element of this mystery puzzle was fun. It can be completed in a pretty short amount of time, so no worries about pulling it out and having your table be captive for too long.
Name: Tonia
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Review: I was very surprised (in a good way) with the subject of this mystery puzzle. This was a relaxing puzzle to complete on a lazy Sunday morning over coffee and I loved the imagery. One of my top 10 Artifact puzzles and I have many.