Small Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

By Zen Art & Design

$45

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Handcrafted and Made in the USA from premium Birchwood—this is a wooden puzzle that even non-puzzlers can get behind. Zen Art & Design has 125 glossy, photo-real, Giclee-coated jigsaw pieces that have a heirloom look and a substantial tactile feel. Non-traditionally shaped pieces (like dogs and human silhouettes) are part of the picture, too, to make constructing the final image all the more captivating. Log your puzzle time in the included book and look back on others’ entries. It will be entertaining your family for generations.

  • Made in the USA: Hadley, MA
  • Materials: Birchwood, Giclee fine art print, and aqueous coating
  • Includes puzzle and log booklet
  • Traditional and non-traditional figural puzzle pieces
  • Durable, heirloom quality
  • 125 pieces
  • Dimensions: 7.5" x 7.5" x 0.19"
  • Weight: 0.4 lb.
We find this puzzle puzzling in the best way.

About Zen Art & Design

Puzzle Me

This unconventional, heirloom-quality wooden puzzle will be entertaining your family for years to come.

Handcrafted in the USA from premium Birchwood—this isn’t just an ordinary puzzle. First, the wooden pieces are made with a Giclee printing process that has a glossy, high-resolution finish that’ll last for generations. Each piece feels well crafted and durable—unlike the cardboard puzzles you may be used to.

And besides the standard-shaped jigsaw pieces, there are more playful shapes that are surprising and fun to look at—anything from dogs to silhouettes of dancers.

To document your puzzle-solving pursuits, each Zen Design puzzle comes with a small booklet to log who has completed the puzzle over the years. Enjoy this new, fun family tradition at a summer house or on holidays.

Maker Will Carswell liked the simplicity and pace of the jigsaw-ing experience. Zen Art & Design is meant to help relax and entertain you in the present moment, and offer a different type of escape.

These puzzles are ones both puzzle enthusiasts and “non-puzzle people” can get behind.