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Stoke on Trent Jigsaw Puzzles by Potteries Jigsaw Puzzles

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Stoke on Trent Jigsaw Puzzles by Potteries Jigsaw Puzzles

£25.00

PLEASE NOTE All Jigsaws are now in stock.

We initially released a collection of 4 x 1000 piece jigsaws by Potteries born watercolour artist and elected member of the Royal Institute of Watercolourists Geoffrey Wynne RI, followed by a further 2 paintings at the beginning of Nov 2020.

Published by Barewall Art Gallery with the kind permission of Geoffrey Wynne.

Made in the UK.

The Potteries jigsaws make a quality gift especially for Stokies or those that love to visit Stoke or just enjoy scenes on the canal.

Stoke Station, Still Waters, Price and Kensington Pottery Factory and Saggar Boys.

Followed by two designs showing vintage watercolour scenes of; Port Vale fans called Up the Vale and Stoke City 1935 which included one of the best players of all time Hanley born Stanley Mathews.

The Jigsaws are all priced at £25.00.

Jigsaw puzzles during lockdown have grown in popularity enormously.

That's why we are delighted to launch a brand new collection of 1000 piece Jigsaw by Potteries born artist Geoffrey Wynne RI.

His watercolour paintings often offer a beauty and a play of light which should render completing the jigsaw as a beautiful experience. Barewall are uniquely placed as his Stoke on Trent gallery to offer his wonderful paintings of the potteries in this new fun format perfect for all of the family whilst providing a great topic of conversation.

Please note that the image used is to illustrate the jigsaws is not an actual reproduction of the jigsaw as these are in the process of being made at this stage. A photograph of the first sample is included which we made up ready for filming to give you an idea of the size. All are 1000 piece puzzles.

These are available now to pre-order for Christmas with stock arriving at the end of Nov. Please don't miss out only while stocks last.


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