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

 

Jitter Soma

Walnut pieces with Olivewood stand

$65.00

Inelegant Cube

Red Louro, Pieces with a Curly Maple display/assembly stand

$60.00

Inelegant Cube

Red Louro, Yellowheart and Wenge Pieces with a Kingwood display/assembly stand

$65.00

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.

Six Face  (Designed by Andrew Crowell) ships assembled - Moves 3.9.8.5.6 with rotations

Here is another great Andrew Crowell design. Six Face has a total of 31 moves and requires a few rotations. And, like Six Rings #2, some of the moves and rotations are difficult to find. These puzzles were made in three different woods each but the woods were used in a totally random fashion. I will usually make an entire piece out of one wood but in order to mask some of the pieces and potential moves I just mixed up the woods. These puzzles were also made with rather tight tolerances to avoid unintentional moves so I recommend that they are not suited for high humidity areas. Approx. 2.75” x 2.75” x 2.75” (7.0cm x 7.0cm x 7.0cm)

Coming Soon - Bluster Buster (Designed by Rex Dwyer) ships assembled - Diagonal burr

This puzzle has caused me much frustration. The first batch I made were somewhat problematic and I only had a few that are worthy of selling. I am heading back to the drawing board to make a second batch and the puzzles from the first batch will be sent out to a few individuals for feedback on the playability of the puzzle.


Rex sent me this design so long ago, I can’t remember when it was. I was hoping to have them ready for this update but alas they are extremely difficult for me to make and equally difficult to assemble. Approx. ” x 2.75” (7.0cm)

Six Face

Yellowheart, Bocote and Katalox

$60.00

Six Face

Olivewood, Makore and White Oak

$60.00

Six Face

East Indian Rosewood, Ebarria and Koa

$60.00

Summer (Designed by Klaas Jan Damstra) ships assembled - Moves 14.4.2

Klaas Jan has been coming up with some great designs. With this one, I love the simplicity! The frame has no interior obstacles. The three pieces are unique and rather simple as well. Still it took a little while for me to get these together. Not a very difficult puzzle, but still a great design with 14 moves for the first piece.  Another note, I got to use a few woods that I had never used before to make these. Acacia, Keruing and Lychee wood were all new for me. Approx. 2.75” x 2.75” x 2.75” (7.0cm x 7.0cm x 7.0cm)

Summer

Curly Maple and East Indian Rosewood frame with Padauk Pieces

$42.00

Summer

Acacia and East Indian Rosewood frame with Keruing Pieces

$45.00

Summer

East Indian Rosewood and Acacia frame with Olivewood Pieces

$48.00

Summer

Acacia and East Indian Rosewood frame with Lychee wood Pieces

$48.00

Inelegant Cube  (Designed by Haym Hirsh) ships assembled or unassembled, your choice - Make a cube from the 9 pcs.

Here is another great Haym Hirsh design. Consisting of nine “L shaped” pieces which are made from three identically shaped 4x5x6 unit blocks, each glued up slightly differently. I personally couldn’t solve this one after several evenings of struggles, I had to resort to BT to help me. I also added the stand to help with assembly since each side of the puzzle has 2 or 3 holes in it, making the solution more elusive!  Haym has another winner here! Approx. 1.9” x 1.9” x 1.9” (4.8cm x 4.8cm x 4.8cm) not including stand.

Jitter Soma  (Designed by Haym Hirsh) ships assembled or unassembled, your choice - Make a cube from the 7 pcs.

And you thought the Somaa was challenging! Haym’s second variation on the Soma cube is even more difficult in my opinion. Each piece, which mimicks one of the 7 Soma pieces, has been distorted in a very interesting way. If I remember correctly there are about 22 differently shaped pieces used to make the 7 soma pieces. I know it took quite a long time to cut and glue these up!  Again, a stand has been included to help with the assembly. Even though there are no holes in this puzzle, I think you will appreciate the stand. Approx. 1.8” x 1.8” x 1.8” (4.6cm x 4.6cm x 4.6cm) not including stand.

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