Weather map jigsaw puzzle – 1000 pieces
1000 pieces – puzzle size 690 x 480mm – made in UK – posted to you in a cardboard mailer. Price includes postage and packing to UK addresses.
Alas, due to the huge costs of tracked international postage (£14 to Europe & £21 to North America), I am not able to accept international orders for jigsaws. So sorry!
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Signed prints, Paintings, Watercolour, MapsThe original painting in watercolour on 600gsm Arches 100% cotton rag paper, size A1 has already found a home. A2 size prints, signed by the artist. Price includes P&P to UK addresses. A digital file of this painting is available for you to make a single print at a format and size of your choice. Read more... This painting is also available as a tea towel, jigsaw puzzle and greetings card.
Gifts & cards, Greetings cardsA pack of 4 greetings cards with envelopes - one each of my paintings: Weather Map Folklore and Fact, Attention All Shipping, Out in All Weathers and Raining Cats and Dogs. Each card is blank inside and comes with an envelope. Price includes P&P to UK£9.50
Gifts & cards, Jigsaw puzzles1000 pieces - puzzle size 690 x 480mm - made in UK - posted to you in a cardboard mailer. Price includes postage and packing to UK addresses. NOT IN THE UK? Tracked international postage is expensive (£15 to Europe & £22 to North America) and this website doesn't take international orders, so if you'd like one of these, please contact me. I also have signed prints, greetings cards, coasters, and tea towels of this painting!£32.00
This exceptionally high quality 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle of my painting Weather Map – Folklore and Fact will bring you hours of fun as you remember all the joys and miseries of the British weather around the seasons.
WEATHER MAP JIGSAW PUZZLE PRODUCT DETAILS
Puzzle size 690 x 480mm | Box size 330 x 200 x 50mm
The printed image is bonded onto 1.75mm luxury recycled board and given a silky smooth finish.
The box has an anti-scratch laminate applied to its surface, so no single use plastics are used to wrap it.
Made in Staffordshire, UK, using carefully sourced materials. Buy British and support small businesses here at home!
Posted to you in a cardboard mailing wrapper.
The price includes postage and packing to UK addresses.
Note: At the time I made this painting, the hottest temperature ever recorded was in 38.7C in July 2019 at Cambridge Botanic Gardens. This record was smashed on 19 July 2022 with a high of 40.3C recorded at Coningsby in Lincolnshire. Climate change is very much upon us!