Personalised Wooden Map Jigsaw
A unique, made to order 300-piece map jigsaw centred on a place of your choice (simply provide a full postcode). These individually handcrafted jigsaw puzzles are made using 3mm thick wood and each jigsaw contains up to 15 special novelty shaped pieces or "whimsies", so called because Victorian Craftsmen – who invented the jigsaw concept during the 19th century – cut unusually shaped pieces "on a whim".
Your unique puzzle arrives in a stylish drawstring pouch presented in a handsome storage "book box". Delight and impress with this highly original and distinguished gift ensuring hours of pleasure and enjoyment for many years (and generations) to come.
Includes a free guide print of your map.
Made from 3mm quality wood.
300-piece assembled size: 472 x 312 mm (approx 18 x 12 inches)
To make this jigsaw puzzle more challenging and really test your knowledge of the local area around your centre point we have deliberately resisted the temptation to include a guide image with this product. Start with the central house-shaped whimsy and watch your neighbourhood come to life piece by piece as you build your jigsaw.
Lead Time: This personalised product is handmade to your personal specification and will usually be delivered within 5 working days.
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