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|Puzzle Type||Jigsaw Puzzle|
|Mfg. Part Number||67648|
|Puzzle Category||Fantasy & Gothic|
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Completed puzzle is 19" x 30" (48.26 x 76.2 cm)
we love all her puzzles.
Beautiful fantasy pose. Plenty of color and texture differences to make this puzzle doable; it's really several large swaths of color. I particularly like the details on the kimono. The pieces interlock well, and it's medium-easy enough to tell when things are in the wrong spot.
"Queen of Silk" is one of 4 puzzles by this artist I purchased. I have completed two. They were interesting to build as the pieces are any shape you can imagine. Once attached they lock into place making it easy to reposition the puzzle as it being built. The colors are vibrant making the puzzles beautiful when complete.
I think the puzzle is a little too challenging for me at this time. I do believe that once completed, it would be a wonderful picture to frame. Actually, I like the quality of the Clementoni and Ravensburger puzzles much better than this one.. I feel that the shape of those two brands makes it easier for one to complete the puzzles which they offer. The quality of the pieces is excellent. Cobble Hill is also a better quality. That being said, I would recommend this puzzle simply because I think it is sooo pretty!!!
Nene is one of my favorite artists, so I was thrilled to see her puzzles. I have done two, and this is my favorite. In fact, I just finished framing and hanging it! Not terribly hard, but still hard enough to be a challenge.
This is an absolutely beautiful puzzle. It was challenging with that pattern on her robe/kimono but very rewarding once finished. The pieces fit together nice and snug so you don't see the outlines of the puzzle pieces. Overall, a great puzzle with a challenge but well worth it when finished.
A beautiful puzzle.
This is a beautiful picture. The colors are striking. The resolution is good. I hate fuzzy puzzles. My only criticism, and it might not bother others, is that sometimes a piece appears to fit, only to discover that something is not right. That piece does not really go there. The border pieces were particularly troublesome that way.