In “Lilac Point Glen,” the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle based on the artwork of famed master painter Charles Wysocki, horses and buggies line the cobblestone streets of Boston as visitors and city dwellers alike explore the local shops. This town has everything you need including a tailor, general store, hardware store, jeweler, cabinet maker, and even a violin teacher.
For more than 40 years Charles Wysocki enjoyed his love affair with life and Americana, and through his imaginative and colorful artwork, touched the hearts of millions worldwide. "Chuck" felt a special kinship with puzzlers who share in the creative process by building his paintings one piece at a time.
Every Buffalo Games jigsaw puzzle is manufactured in the U.S.A. from recycled puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect Snap™. A bonus puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed puzzle should look like while you put yours together.
- 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle
- Finished size is 26.75 x 19.75 inches
- Includes bonus poster for help in solving
- Manufactured from premium quality materials
- Made in the United States
fun and quirky
Posted by Don on Sep 23rd 2019
Light tones and a quirky theme all add up an easy and fun puzzle . As always, another quality puzzle from Buffalo.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 1st 2019
Always enjoy doing Charles Wysocki puzzles. Prefer the 1000 piece puzzles. This one was very complicated due to the many buildings and several horse and buggy pieces. Would recommend this to a more seasoned puzzle maker.
Posted by Unknown on Aug 6th 2019
enjoy every Charles Wysocki puzzle and this one is no exception. Easy to put together lots of family fun. Beautifully illustrated.
Posted by Unknown on Jul 30th 2019
Buffalo Games puzzles are the only ones I buy. One reason is because I love the Wysocki artwork. The other reason is because I tried another brand and the pieces were very bizarre shapes and sizes. Some literally smaller than my thumbnail. I always look forward to new releases of 1000 piece Wysocki puzzles.