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Charles Wysocki Where the Buoys Are 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

$14.95
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“Where the Buoys Are” is a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle based on the work of famed folk artist Charles Wysocki. Colorful buoys hang from the stern of the shipwrecked boat as seagulls fly high above and perch on the ship with other feathered friends like the pelican. Old Glory is waving proudly with the help of the ocean breeze while New England's finest buoymaker, Ezra Farrington Snipe sleeps in his driftwood made rocking chair as he waits to sell his buoys. An anchor, oars, and row boat are some of the items you will find on shore.

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 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

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  1. Oh buoy! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Sep 11th 2020

    Another Wysocki treasure from Buffalo Games and a new favorite. I was so excited to spot this beauty on the shelf at my local Walmart. You can view online a print of the original artwork to see the enhancements and other changes made by BG for puzzlers. The quality of the puzzle pieces was excellent; I hope this will be a consistent feature of all the Buffalo Games puzzles going forward. There were more dark areas than in a typical CW puzzle, but we didn't need to use any additional lighting than usual.

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