CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
T.S. Shure ArchiQuest: Dragons and Pagodas
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- 50 laminated heirloom-quality wooden blocks
- Each block features motifs inspired by real-life architectural masterpieces
- Comes in a solid wood box with sliding lid, handy for storage
- Set includes unique user ID number that gives owners access to an exclusive section of the ArquiQuest™ Website
- Unique hand painted artwork
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Your child can bring to life the fascinating architecture and design of ancient China with Dragons and Pagodas: China’s Treasures. This unique architectural building kit promises hours of fun and comes with a 50-page hardbound educational book, which includes an architectural timeline, building ideas and more. Use 50 heirloom-quality wooden blocks, which are laminated with unique hand-painted artwork featuring motifs inspired by real-life Chinese architectural masterpieces, to build your works of art. The blocks come in a solid wood box with a sliding lid that makes clean up and storage a breeze. This set even includes a unique user-identification number that gives you access to the exclusive section of the ArchiQuest website.
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Explore the fascinating architecture and design of ancient China with Dragons and Pagodas: China's Treasures. This unique architectural building system promises hours of fun and discovery with a 50-page hardbound educational book, which includes an architectural timeline, buidling ideas, and much more.
Top customer reviews
The BIG problem with them....(and I might add that given the cost of these blocks it is a BIG problem) ...is that after only a year... all the decals have begun to raise and peel off of the blocks. This IS NOT due to excessive play, but a true defect in the manufacture of the product. It makes them a little difficult to play with because the bubbling decals make it difficult to "seat" the blocks with one another.
YET, despite this defect they are worth buying IF you DO NOT consider them a long term toy. The manufacturers would have done better by painting the blocks with the images instead of trying to polyurethane decals in place. Polyurethane is great stuff, but it is not a catch-all glue.