CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Artifact Puzzles - Daniel Merriam Man in the Moon Limited Edition Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle
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- 357 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle
- 13.25" x 12"
- Limited Edition of 2000
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Top Customer Reviews
When put together, the puzzle is a solid piece. You can move it around a bit and it won't come apart (unlike another Artifact puzzle-the Dragon Mountain one). There are tons of fun individual shapes, plus a few that put together make a fun grouping (such as the teapot pouring into a cup and saucer).
The main challenge is that there is very little color in the picture. There's white/grey/silver, several shades of blue and the butterflies. Also, the edges are not straight, which I did not realize until almost done. I only found a few "edge" pieces, so started to work in the middle and worked my way out. The edges ended up being a wave pattern.
I would definitely recommend this and am very glad to have received this!
Received as a gift, I spent two days working on this puzzle and enjoyed every minute of it. It has lots of whimsey pieces, mostly related to the moon or the nursery rhyme, very few colors to help in putting it together, and an incredible number of one-of-a-kind shapes. Even when I had only a dozen pieces left, they were still a challenge to find their proper spaces. A very enjoyable pastime and very rewarding when finished.
I LOVE the whimsey pieces in these puzzles. I found 33 whimsey pieces in this puzzle -- 5 of which have 2 pieces, 4 are musical and 2 scenes. Can you find them all? Most have something to do with the nursery rhyme, nighttime, or the sky. Thanks to your designer for a really fun puzzle.
The magic begins from the moment you open the box, unfold the paper, and smell the wood.The magic continues when you take out the unique pieces and find among them familiar forms; such as a cat, a piano, a sheep, a butterfly, etc., which gives you a childlike feeling of amazement.
The process of putting the pieces together is joyfully unpredictable. In front of your eyes a few pieces put together create, for example, a child holding a balloon, a man riding a bike, or an ape holding a book. You start to crave for new surprises and you savor each new discovery as a delightful treat.
With most other puzzles when you finish putting the pieces together...you are done. With the Artifact Puzzle the magic still continues; looking at the assembled puzzle you start finding hidden messages in the arrangement of the pieces. You see that the cat is looking at the balloon, a child reads a book sitting on top of a turtle, a monkey evolves into a human being, and so on. Each puzzle has many "hidden treasures" to make you smile.
The Artifact Puzzles are Magic created by a group of very talented people, whose imagination is based on knowledge, kindness, a sense of humor, and above all a sense of wonder. The overall image finish is very sharp and clear and the wood pieces are laser cut to perfection. We wish them continued success and hope they start to make puzzles with even more pieces.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very difficult and not particularly enjoyable unless you are a glutton for punishment. We got some of the other Artifact Puzzles with laser cut pieces and had a blast putting them... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Magnetic
Surprisingly difficult, it includes whimsical and special pieces. We found we had to pice it together from the inside out to the unusual shaped border.Published 2 months ago by cynthiaburt
A moderately Challenging puzzle that has gorgeous colors, an elegant border and filled with delightful whimsy.Published 6 months ago by R. J. Watson
One of our favorites of the more challenging wooden puzzles.Published 7 months ago by Philip Currier
Love a challenging jigsaw but this puzzle take it to a whole new level, love it. Talk about pieces fitting inside, that's right inside other pieces just for a startPublished 8 months ago by ANN E ABBEY
Not your "square" puzzle and it was a challenge. I love the wood puzzles and find each a challenge and each unique. It certainly keeps the mind active. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Elaine