€39.00 – €69.00
Worldwide shipping (3-5 days EU, 5-14 days other countries).
Made in European Union.
Our puzzles are more complex than usual cardboard puzzles because of unique shaped pieces.
170 pcs. unique shaped puzzle is similar to 500 average cardboard puzzle.
300 pcs. unique shaped puzzle is similar to 1000 average cardboard puzzle.
- Natural wood product.
- Exceptional design.
- Uniquely shaped details.
- Eco-friendly paints are used.
- Fade-free and non-smearing picture resistant to water.
- Balanced for adults, but suitable for children from 3 years of age.
- A solid, decorated wooden box for storing a puzzle.
Each animal puzzle is based on the mythology or legends of different countries; we invite you to get acquainted with them:
A family lived in Lower Egypt, near the threshold of the Nile. They had a large white house, a luxurious kitchen without a roof equipped with a large oven, where the most delicious meals were constantly prepared, they also had a large and colorful garden where Femi and Babu loved to take a walk. The couple loved each other very much; they had almost everything but there was no way they could have a baby. Over the years, they tried various means, the only way left was to disobey the vizirs and secretly enter the temple of the goddess Bastet, only pharaohs, vizirs, priests could enter there, but the nobles couldn‘t. One night the couple made up their minds and risking their lives they entered the temple of Bastet cat.
There were burning candles and a very pleasant aroma of essential oils in the air. Soon the cat approached them, turning in circles it began to rub around the woman‘s legs. The couple knelt down and said their wish by stroking the cat. Suddenly a great wind rose, which for a moment blew all the candles, which lit again, but the goddess Bastet was already disappeared.
A few weeks later, the couple realized they were expecting a baby. With tears in their eyes, they looked at each other and hugged graciously. Nine months later, a very beautiful daughter was born, named Shukura. This name meant gratitude. They promised themselves to bring the most delicious food and water each week and leave it at the door of Bastet Temple.
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