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Queen Anne's Lace and American Goldfinch | 500 Piece

by 45087
Original price $21.99 - Original price $21.99
Original price
$21.99 - $21.99
Current price $21.99

The combination of Queen Anne's Lace and American Goldfinch is stunning! A challenging 500 piece puzzle with a wonderful finished look that will leave you feeling impressed with yourself!

Delivery time

Normal Processing: Orders processed Monday to Friday. Allow 1-2 days processing, plus transportation time. Tracking will be emailed when ready.

Piece Count: 500 Piece

Item Code: 45087

Box Size: 8.25" x 11.25" x 2.0"

Assembled Size: 26.625" x 19.25"

Poster Size: 10" x 14"

Puzzle Cut: Random/Quirky

Finish: Linen Print

UPC: 625012450874

Artist: Robert Bateman

  • A poster is only included if the box cover says "Poster Included" below our logo.
  • In 2023, our 1000 piece to 275 piece boxes downsized from 10" x 14" x 2.38" to 8.25" x 11.25" x 2.0" and a depth of 3.75" for the 2000 piece. However, until all retailers and our warehouse have completely sold out, there will be a mix of box sizes. Please check for this detail if that matters to you.
  • Pre-2018 we did not include posters with our puzzles. The pre-2018 box frame colour is beige as opposed to green, blue, or red/rust.
  • Modular boxes that are a "square-ish" size of 7.5" x 8.0" x 2.5" do not include posters.
  • There have been no changes to the Floor and Tray Puzzles.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Barry Bomford

Working on it

Goldfinch Review

This is a very well made puzzle, good quality, with random cut pieces that fit very well. Personally, I really like the random cut.

The picture itself is classic Bateman. That is, the painting of the Goldfinch is excellent in detail and colouring, and is sharp. The background of Queens Annes Lace though is like an out of focus photograph. While this approach works very well for an artist to put focus on the animal/bird of interest, when the background is a melange of similar items, and colouring, is out of focus and cut into small pieces, it makes it quite difficult to piece together. As such, I would have to say that this is one of the most challenging puzzles we have done to date.