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

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Here are additional copies of some designs that I received many requests for!

Burrbox 1 (designed by Tom Jolly) Moves ships assembled

There is a story behind these. This new run is the result of a production error. I was making another puzzle and inadvertently cut all the pieces one unit too small. Unfortunately, it was after everything had been cut and sticks mostly all notched. Fortunately, I was able to make some minor adjustments and make another run of these, which went very quickly last month. These are a bit smaller than last month’s run. Lacquer and wax finish. 2.125” x 2.125” x 2.25” (5.4cm x 5.4cm x 5.7cm)                            

Canarywood box & Redheart pieces


Koa box & Olive Ash pieces


Three Locked Cubes (original design by Andrey Ustjuzhanin of Impossible Triangle of Three Cubes. This modification by Tzy Hung Chein) ships unassembled

This really clever design was great to begin with and Felix’s simple modification added another step to the task. Three unassembled pieces need to form the three triangles. That’s it, it’s that simple! Or is it? This design reminds me of Stewart Coffin’s Three Piece Block. It seems so easy, only three pieces, nothing to it! Until you try assembling it. I think this is one everyone can enjoy. I have many one of a kind pieces so they are only available as a random surprise me choice to save me time! Oil and wax finish. 2.5” (6.4cm)                            



Sonneveld’s 3 Piece 3x3x3 Burr (designed by Dic Sonneveld) Moves 9.2  ships assembled

Another of Dic’s classic designs. This one will not give you the headaches that the Cubed Burr did but I think it will still provide a lot of pleasure as you discover the moves. I think this is another design that belongs on every collectors shelf. Each of these puzzles was individually fitted and sanded and refitted to ensure just the right amount of friction to avoid any unintended moves. Probably not recommended for high humidity situations. 2.5” x 2.5” x 2.5” (6.4cm x 6.4cm x 6.4cm



Liliput (designed by Christoph Lohe) Moves 21.3  ships assembled

I couldn’t resist this little design from Chris Lohe. Only 2 pieces in a simple frame with 21 moves for the first piece. Chris sent me several designs a while ago and I expect to be making them in the future. Oil and wax finish. 2.5” x 2” x 2” (6.4cm x 5.1cm x 5.1cm)                            

Maple/Wenge frame, Wenge pieces


Padauk/Bocote frame, Bocote pieces


Remember all the proceeds from the puzzles with the RED PRICE will go to charity!