|Unframed 1,500pcs by Falcon in England, fixed about 8 years ago.|
It just triggered my mind out of the blue. My mind was suddenly filled with all the pleasure I enjoyed when I was fixing the pieces up. While I was browsing the net, I read so much from other jigsaw puzzle enthusiast. When the urge is being summoned, it will not stop. I have to do it again!!
"Reach for the stars", 1,000pcs, did about 10 years ago, very easy. Nicely framed with non-reflective glass.
|1,000pcs, did in early 90s, moderate difficulty.|
|1,000pcs, luminous gold under spotlight, very beautiful.|
|1,000pcs panorama jigsaw puzzle.|
Declared the biggest in the world in 2010, 24,000pcs jigsaw puzzle . Don't think it's very difficult because it comes in a few plastic bags. One can easily fix it part by part, probably 6,000pcs each part, still it's very challenging.
In 2011, this 32,256pcs puzzle had become the world's largest. It's 17'x6', weighed 18kg. Already they are many jigsaw puzzle enthusiast around the word who had done it. You need a cart to move it. The price? USD300+, excluding shipping cost.
It also come in a few plastic bags. Can fix according to the bags, which are different sections of the puzzle.
To make it even more challenging, some chose to mix all 32k pieces up before start fixing. Crazy? No, it's challenging. The result will be very satisfactory and fulfilling!!
My biggest so far is only 3,000pcs. Will go for 5,000 or 6,000pcs next, then 8,000 and 9,000 ......