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Some puzzles from last month’s sale are still available here

These puzzles are Usually very limited in availability.  International buyers can place AN order AND You will receive an email with the shipping costs 24-48 hours after your order is received. We can also hold your order to save on shipping, if you plan on making more purchases in the near future.

Box With Two Balls  (Designed by Christoph Lohe) ships assembled - Moves  19.15

Another of Chris’s designs that I loved was this beauty. I loved the idea of the three captive pieces. The goal is simple. Removed the two steel balls from the box. The wood pieces inside the box do not come out. The acrylic sides help you to see what is going on and I used three contrasting woods for the pieces in the box to help distinguish them from one another. Approx. 2.625” x 2.625” x 1.75” (6.7cm x 6.7cm x 4.5cm)

Box - Acrylic and Bolivian Rosewood

Pieces - Yellowheart, Wenge, Padauk with 2 steel balls


Cross in Cross (Designed by by Yavuz Demirhan) Ships assembled - Moves

I always try to have a board burr in my updates. While this is not just a board burr, it is a three piece burr within a four piece board burr. I found the assembly of these to be way beyond my ability to memorize the steps. This was a fairly short run as I only had a small piece of the Tigerwood. Approx. 3.5” x 3.5” x 2.5” (8.9cm x 8.9cm x 6.4cm)

Burr pieces - Box Elder (lightly figured)

Outer Board Burr pieces - Tigerwood


Kamelle Box (Designed by Christoph Lohe) Ships Unassembled - Moves 10.1.2

The last batch of designs Chris sent me had several designs that grabbed my attention. This one, The Kamelle Box, was one of the first. I love packing puzzles that seem simple but are actually quite challenging! Laszlo Molnar’s designs come to mind. Well I though this clever design fit into that category too! Just place the three pieces into the box. A hole in the clear bottom helps with this but maybe not as much as you would like. Give this a try Three wood species available. The Ipe version will contain three different species of wood pieces which will be three of the following woods, Marblewood, Swiss Pear, Wenge, Granadillo, Koa or Bolivian Rosewood. Approx. 2.75” x 2.75” x 2” (7cm x 7cm x 5.1cm)

Yellowheart box with Padauk Pieces


Ipe box with Mixed Pieces Pieces


Red Elm box with Yellowheart Pieces


CLOPIN (Designed by Stéphane Chomine) Ships assembled - Moves 6.1.3

This little guy was just something I thought would be fun, especially for the beginning puzzler. While not particularly difficult a few of the moves are pretty cool. Disassembly is easier than reassembly. Made from Yellowheart and Bolivian Rosewood. Approx. 2.5” x 2.5” x 1.75” (6.4cm x 6.4cm x 4.5cm)

Yellowheart box with Bolivian Rosewood Burr Pieces


Cubor #2 (Designed by Stéphane Chomine) Ships assembled - Moves  6.3.2

Another of Stéphane’s designs, I think this might be just a little more challenging than the Clopin. I thought I would like to make the frame from different woods and contrast the reinforcing splines. I was very pleased with the final look of these. Made from Bolivian Rosewood, Maple and Wenge with contrasting splines in the frame. Approx. 2.75” x 2.75” x 2.75” (7cm x 7cm x 7cm)

Maple and Bolivian Rosewood frame Wenge Pieces


Twistlock 2  (Designed by Jos Bergmans) Ships assembled - Moves

This month’s rotational cube comes from Jos Bergans. One of the most prolific designers of rotational cubes. The first few moves of this are rather easy, but the middle moves are a bit unique. Overall it is not very difficult but I wanted this one to be one of the new puzzles that I am selling to raise money for Samaritan Hospice. Rotational cubes are always popular and I wanted to lower the price to sell quickly for the fundraising. Thank you in advance for your support. Approx. 2.25” x 2.25” x 2.25” (5.7cm x 5.7cm x 5.7cm)

Padauk, Red Palm, Canarywood, Maple, and Bocote


Remember all the proceeds from the puzzles with the RED PRICE will go to charity!