Hokusai -The Great Wave - Art Handcrafted Wooden Adult Jigsaw Puzzle - 250 Pieces




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Puzzle Michele Wilson

"The Great Wave of Kanagawa" is a famous Japanese print.

It was presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and last year in the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston, MA.

 It is part of the "36 views of Mount Fuji" series created by Hokusai in 1830, at the age of 70. Mount Fuji appears crushed by the force of the wave.


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For the past 35 years in a small village in Burgundy, France, a unique skill, the craft of wooden jigsaw puzzle cutting has been transmitted through the generations. They have mastered the art of the jigsaw, and created puzzles whose every piece is unique. Michèle Wilson puzzles are more difficult than classic puzzles and more amusing because all the pieces are designed by our cutters. They are also beautiful when they are framed, because the cutting is almost invisible.

  • Artist:Hokusai
  • Color Map:Multi Coloured
  • Color:Multi Coloured
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Eco - Friendly:Poplar from European sustainable forests
  • KEY WORD A jigsaw-puzzles
  • KEY WORD Bwood-puzzles
  • KEY WORD CLuxury adult wood puzzle
  • KEY WORD DArt puzzle
  • Manufacturing Location:Made in Burgundy, France.
  • Material type:wood
  • Minimum Manufacturer Age Recommended:180 months
  • Novelty:Fine unique cutting depends on the style of the painting and how the craft man perceives the brush strokes.
  • Number of Pieces:250
  • Packaging:Luxurious presentation in cream cardboard box typeset in gold.
  • Puzzle Size:Finish Puzzle 25 cm x 20 cm. (9.84 in x 7.87 in).
  • Qualities:Luxury jigsaw puzzle 3 times more interesting and difficult than a classic puzzle
  • Shape:Rectangular
  • Size Map:Small
  • Size:Small
  • Style:Shaped
  • Target Audience:unisex- children
  • Technique:Handcrafted in France
  • Theme:Arts
  • Brand : Puzzle Michele Wilson
  • Puzzle Michele Wilson : Michele Wilson company creates wood jigsaw puzzles unique in the world. It obtained the prestigious label of French living heritage company, which awards French businesses fusing artisan know-how and industrial excellence. Michele Wilson learned how to cut jigsaw puzzles in the Vera Company, which has been created by a Russian aristocrat in 1917. In 1975, she started her own business in her family house near Tournus, in Burgundy. She developed Puzzle Michele Wilson and worked with the most famous museums in the world. Since 1997, Sophie Olle Laprune continues the tradition of hand made wooden art jigsaw puzzles with the help of an enthusiastic team, in Sennecey le Grand, small village near Tournus. .

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