From Whitby to Tobermory, Britain is blessed with the most beautiful of harbours. Piece together four of the most eye-catching waterfronts that have been painted by the talented Terry Harrison. This puzzle has four individual 500 piece jigsaws in one box, each of which are made from 100% recycled, high-quality board.
A British, family company, we offer the widest selection of puzzles across a variety of themes and piece counts. As with all Gibsons jigsaws, the beautifully illustrated pieces are made from the highest quality 100% recycled board and are therefore a pleasure to work with again and again.
High quality 4 x 500 piece jigsaw puzzle.
Each puzzle measures 35x48cm when complete.
Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled.
Designed and manufactured in the UK.
We aim to get your order to you as quickly as possible and ship within 1 to 3 working days. Postage is free for all UK orders over £20, or £2.99 for smaller orders. Our standard delivery is by Royal Mail. However, depending on size and weight, some items may be delivered via our courier service.
Goods supplied within the UK will normally be delivered within 7 working days of acceptance of your order. During busier periods this may be slightly longer, we will notify you if there is a delay.
We try to be environmentally conscious and to do so we re-use packaging wherever we can. You may find we've re-used materials received from our suppliers in packing your order. Whilst we do not buy these materials, we hope you will agree that the more use we can make of them, before they go to landfill, the better.
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