Mr Gogo Puzzles - Flower Teaser Five-Layer Hand-cut Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 269.00


This roughly 250 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle has five layers and is hand-cut from thick 5-ply quarter-inch thick birch wood by Georgi Vasilev of Mr. Gogo Puzzles at his studio in the Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria. 

The puzzle when complete has 5 layers - some pieces are double-height to connect the layers. 

Each puzzle is unique, and so the piece count for any given puzzle will vary between 225-275 pieces. 

The puzzle has a decorative irregular edge as shown. The piece shapes are curvy and irregular with beautiful knob connectors. This puzzle does not have whimsies. 

Overall the puzzle is a bit harder than average for its piece count. 

As is traditional for hand-cut puzzles, this puzzle does NOT have a picture on the box!

Packaged in a stiff cardboard box.

  • 8" x 11" 
  • Made in Bulgaria
  • Hand-made

What If I Lose A Piece? If a piece gets lost, we can get a new piece made for $50 but we would need you to ship the surrounding pieces to us, and it may take a couple of months. 

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Megan, IL (Review from the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club)
Review: I was soooooooo excited to do this puzzle and it was just as fun as I expected!!! I took a bunch of pictures as I was solving, definitely gonna enjoy looking back at the build process of this one.
Name: Naomi, CA (Review from the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club)
Review: This was really fun. So cool to build!
Name: Lien, HI (Review from the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club)
Review: Soooo cool! What a satisfying end when all the levels come together. Super unique.
Name: Laura, MA (Review from the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club)
Review: Pretty tricky to get the hang of the different levels at first -- and with all puzzles, they get easier as they go along, with process of elimination, but that is especially true with this one, because you're eliminating multiple layers of the same thing.
Name: Deborah, PA (Review from the Hoefnagel Puzzle Club)
Review: This was an interesting one to build - and hard because you can't build from the top down without hiding the lower incomplete parts of the puzzle. Much trickier than its piece count would imply.