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Artifact Puzzles - Unicorn in Captivity Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Unicorn in Captivity Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 36.00

This 159 piece wooden puzzle is of a medieval tapestry with a captured unicorn. The tapestry was part of a series called "The Hunt of the Unicorn," thought to be made to celebrate the wedding of King Louis the XXII of France at the end of the 15th century. Our puzzle features medieval-themed whimsy pieces by Tara Flannery and a wavy edge, and is quite difficult! The puzzle pieces are laser-cut from 1/4" wood. Made in the USA. Packaged in a small box with a magnetic clasp.


  • 159 pieces
  • 7" x 9.5"
  • laser-cut wooden jigsaw puzzle
  • Made in USA

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Name: Carol Brouillet
Review: I love this puzzle. For its size, it is surprisingly difficult (if you don't cheat and look at the picture). It has delightful whimsies, an unusual edge, and surprise (!) a unicorn theme. It is fun and tricky. Since it isn't too big; it is also easier to do it again and again, if you have a bit of spare time. The larger, more difficult puzzles demand a much greater time commitment. This one calls you back, "Play with me, again." It is really quite irresistible.
Name: Janice
Review: I received this puzzle as a Christmas gift. Love it! It's now framed and hanging in my hallway. The wavy edge was a real challenge! It's a nice compliment to the needlepoint I did of the same image.
Name: Melissa
Review: When Mom sent birthday money four years back, I did what I don't usually do and treated myself. I had gotten my first Artifact puzzle just a few months earlier (loved it!) and so this time used the gift $ for something special - Unicorn in Captivity (reviewed here) and Barbier Allure puzzles. I love Unicorn in Captivity. This tapestry hangs in the Met Cloisters in New York City and there is also a reproduction in Hogwarts Castle at Universal Studios in Orlando (and in some of the Harry Potter movies). So the picture is gorgeous. The puzzle may be small, but is deceptively difficult with all the tiny flowers, so it does take immense patience. One thing I've found with the wooden puzzles is that the darker pictures like this one don't show the lines of the puzzle pieces so much, so that is a nice aspect of the Unicorn. At any rate, these wooden puzzles are amazing and add a wonderful new dimension to puzzling with the art of the cut combined with the art in the picture. A satisfying tactile experience I can undertake again and again.