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Dahlias 750-Piece Puzzle (Jigsaw)

Dahlias 750-Piece Puzzle Cover Image
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Description


Celebrate the Queen of Flowers. A story of love at first sight, Frances Palmer became obsessed with dahlias the moment she spotted one in a gardening book. Today, growing dahlias is her passion, and the flowers, in all sizes and colors, fill her extraordinary pots as if they were made for each other. In this 750-piece puzzle, trace a journey that begins in the earth—in a bulb, in clay—and ends in a work of dizzying beauty.

Featuring:
  • 750 full-color interlocking pieces
  • Art print with puzzle image
  • Finished puzzle is 26 3/8" x 18 7/8"

About the Author


Frances Palmer is a potter known for her handmade functional ceramics. Her pieces have been carried by Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Neue Galerie, Takashimaya, and the Philip Johnson Glass House, and featured in T: The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Elle Decor, Martha Stewart Living, The World of Interiors, House & Garden, British House & Garden, and Veranda, among other publications. She lives and works in Weston, Connecticut. Follow her on Instagram @francespalmer.
 

Artisan Puzzles are produced with great intention and quality to create hours of pure pleasure, from anticipating the assembly to admiring the completed work.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781648290435
ISBN-10: 1648290434
Publisher: Artisan
Publication Date: October 13th, 2020
Language: English

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