EAN-130079346170845   EAN-13 barcode 0079346170845
UPC-A079346170845   UPC-A barcode 079346170845
Product NameBuffalo Games - Cats Collection - Puzzler's Desk - 750 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
CategoryToy / Game / Puzzle
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B073Y92YF6
Price New14.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width7.94 inches    (convert)
Height7.94 inches    (convert)
Length2.13 inches    (convert)
Weight16 ounces    (convert)
  • 750 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Finished size is 24 x 18 inches
  • Bonus poster included for help in solving
  • Manufactured from premium quality materials
  • Made in the USA
Long DescriptionThis 750-piece jigsaw puzzle, Puzzler's Desk, is the newest in the Cats Series by Buffalo Games. You'll enjoy fitting together the pieces of a glass of red wine and piece of cake along with two curious kittens who help find jigsaw puzzle pieces of their own. A crossword puzzle book, playing cards and other activities will keep these kittens very busy. The relaxing view of the harbor, with birds flying above, is easy to see through the lilac tree framed windows. Gazing outside has the attention of one kitty already. 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.
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