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Charley Harper Once There Was a Field 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle captures Harper’s signature whimsical style which has delighted art and animal lovers for more than sixty years. Harper’s distinctive use of simple geometric shapes, patterns, and vivid colors became part of his hallmark style. Harper designed more than fifty posters for various natural areas, parks, and conservation organizations. Charley Harper’s Once There Was a Field invites us into a wondrous world of birds, blooms, bugs, and butterflies. The sounds are long past hearing, the scents past savoring, the sights past seeing, but all will live forever in Harper’s artwork. An ideal gift for any generation. 1000 pieces. Dimensions: 20” x 29”.
The Colorful Backgammon Set from MoMA is distinguished by a bold modernist design inside and out. This high-quality beechwood backgammon box set contains 30 game pieces and five dice in a black fabric bag. : 18” x 19.75” x 1.12" (Open). : 18" x 9.87" x 2.25" (Closed). Weight: 4.5 lbs.
The Thirty Wooden Building Blocks Puzzle Set from the award winning German design and lifestyle company REMEMBER features the kind of signature vibrant colorways for which the company is known. 30 building blocks, 30 colors, endless possibilities. A puzzle or a building set? The Thirty Wooden Building Blocks set is a challenging puzzle composed of 30 solid wooden blocks, each in a different...
The Liberty London Anita Travel Chess Set highlights Liberty’s classic floral themes, perfect for any game enthusiast. Liberty London is known for its floral and graphic prints and offerings of innovative and eclectic designs. This set features red and blue for the 32 wood chess pieces. Makes a perfect gift. Box: 7.8" x 7.8" x 2.8" tall. Board: 7.5" x...
Reimagine the way you play chess with the London Skyline Chess Set. This debut design from London architects Ian Flood and Chris Prossner, appeals to chess set collectors and architecture enthusiasts alike. Canary Wharf, the UK’s second tallest building, assumes the role of the King with the Shard as its queen. The London Eye portrays the Knight with Big Ben...