Verity's Vintage Shop
2000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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G Code G8021

Full to the brim with trinkets and nostalgic charms, Verity’s Vintage Shop is a trove of treasures. This beautifully detailed 2000 piece puzzle has been illustrated by Janice Daughters.

As with all Gibsons jigsaws, we use 100% recycled jigsaw puzzle boards, FSC paper and work with the best artists from all around the world. The beautifully illustrated pieces fit perfectly together and are made from the thickest jigsaw puzzle board on the market

At Gibsons we put the people and planet first. Our jigsaw puzzles are securely sealed with biodegradable clear labels rather than shrink wrap, to reduce plastic waste. We use vegetable-based inks and our jigsaw puzzle pieces are stored in a plastic bag that can be recycled at local centres.

We’ve partnered with TR[1]BE to save the rainforest. With each order placed on our website, we will protect 100 sqm of rainforest (the equivalent of 5 trees!) from destruction.

• High quality 2000 piece jigsaw puzzle
• Made from thick, durable board that is 100% recycled
• Puzzle dimensions: 98x68cm
• Box dimensions: 34x24x6cm
• Product Code: G8021
• Comes with a print-out of the jigsaw puzzle image
• Beautifully illustrated by Janice Daughters

Artist Bio:
Janice Daughters initially worked in a London advertising studio eventually going freelance. Her creative ventures include producing hand painted ceramics, pen and ink illustrations, acrylic painting and photography. In the early days she mainly illustrated for recruitment advertising and designed logo and corporate identity brands. She now designs for greetings cards and jigsaw puzzles. Janice’s love of the countryside, along with vintage memorabilia, reflect in her artwork showing creative versatility.

When she has time, she likes to read, sew and knit, and spending time in her garden
which she and her husband created from meadowland. It is now a haven for birds and wildlife as well as giving much pleasure and inspiration for her artwork.
Instagram: @janice.daughters

Carriage paid £350 or £400 net for buying groups