Birds & Flowers: Japanese Hanging Scroll - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Pomegranate

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Birds & Flowers: Japanese Hanging Scroll - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Pomegranate
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Brand: Pomegranate
  • ★ Thick, Interlocking Ribbon-Cut Pieces
  • ★ Superb Color Reproduction
  • ★ Glare-Free Matte Finish
  • Peafowl, ducks, flowers and rocks, 1800–1880 Nagasaki school, Japan Paintings of birds and flowers enjoy a long tradition in Japanese art. This hanging scroll reflects the realism of the Nagasaki school, an Edo period school or style of painting. While the depiction of each avian creature here is true to life, the splendid display of the colorful plumage of the birds gathered here—posed against a sumptuous background of an ancient tree and dainty blossoms—is entirely from the artist’s imagination and perfectly suited for this 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle.

    Pomegranate is proud to produce jigsaw puzzles with thoughtfully conceived, engagingly intricate, and aesthetically appealing images on a solid interlocking format. The sturdy construction combined with the wide image selection and vibrant color reproduction will delight everyone from experts to first-time puzzlers.

    33.60 Ounces
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    Choking Hazard - Small Parts.
    Not for children under 3 yrs.

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    • 5
      Birds & FLowers

      Posted by Thalia on Apr 7th 2021

      This is a beautiful puzzle with many great attributes - high quality construction with excellent fit and delightful visual composition which both challenges and facilitates assembly. If you favor strong, bold, colors, this may not be for you, as the image is does faithfully duplicate the subtle blend of highlights of colors and subtle gold I have seen in many Japanese scrolls.

    • 5

      Posted by sheila martin on Nov 28th 2020

      difficult and very beautiful!

    • 5
      Hard but Fun

      Posted by Debbie on Sep 3rd 2020

      This was a challenging puzzle but I really enjoyed. I love the quality of Pomegranate puzzles.

    • 5

      Posted by Puzzler on Aug 13th 2020

      This puzzle was challenging enough to keep my interest. Took 4 days instead of the usual 2 days to finish. I love the image

    • 5
      challenging fun. Loved the muted colors and matte finish!

      Posted by H Carlsen on Aug 10th 2020

      Would highly recommend to those who love a challenge