You can get a jigsaw puzzle of your favourite TV programme so that when the series ends you can ease yourself off your addiction with a relaxing jigsaw puzzle. We are finding that many customers are doing just this, with this Poldark jigsaw puzzle.
There are a few designs that manufacturers decide to make Limited Edition Jigsaw Puzzles. They tend to do this around the Christmas period so we wanted to pull them together for you here. These are some of our favourites.
All of these jigsaw puzzles are available now on the All Jigsaw Puzzles store. As these products are in stock we will get these to you within one working day of receiving your order.
Anyway, here are the limited edition Jigsaw Puzzles that are in as of today!
Personalised map gifts are amongst the most popular items on our store.
This is because the personalised map gifts on All Jigsaw Puzzles combine two of Great Britain’s favourite passions, puzzle making and maps! To create your perfect personalised map jigsaw, just choose the style that best suits the occasion and identify the location that means the most to the recipient. An image of the place where you first met or the location of your proposal or wedding will prove to be a hit showing both thought and sentiment. For family members, a jigsaw puzzle showing the childhood home or a map of a favourite holiday destination would be just as thoughtful and mean a lot to the recipient.
Have you seen the informative and stunning range of historic map jigsaws?
A historic map would make a beautiful gift for anyone who’s interested in maps. Not only are they interesting and beautiful, they are great fun to do. Each jigsaw puzzle comes with an A3 size guide print.
What’s so special about these historic maps?
These 1000 piece map jigsaws are taken from John Speed’s magnum opus – the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. The Atlas was published in 1612 but the individual maps it contains are dated 1610 / 1611. They build on the earlier ground breaking surveys undertaken by the master Elizabethan cartographer Christopher Saxton. They introduce colourful cartouches and town/plans around the map edges to resemble works of art as much as maps. The political history of the time can be traced through the various coats of arms of powerful families used around the borders of the maps.
These individual maps are amongst the most sought after of historic county maps. They are not only informative, as they give a representation of counties in the UK in 1610. They are highly decorative and are fun to complete.
If you want to find out a bit more about John Speed, try the link below;
1000 piece jigsaw puzzles are the most popular type of jigsaw on the All Jigsaw Puzzle store. We understand why, they are the perfect balance of challenging and complete-able! (Is that a word?!?). Jigsaws that make it into this top 10 have sold well on the store in the last 12 months and have also got great product reviews. We have also tried to include different styles of jigsaw puzzle.
We hope you enjoy them. Click on the images to find out more.
The best selling 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle on our store is our personalisable photo jigsaw. You can upload your photo and we will make the jigsaw for you. These are high quality puzzles, but don’t take our word for it, read the reviews by clicking on the image.
Part of the incredibly popular Falcon de Luxe Cottages Collection, this is the most popular puzzle from that collection in the past 12 months.
As you can see, the top 10 of 1000 piece jigsaw puzzles consist of lots of different themes. This is one of the brilliant things about puzzles, you can always find a style that you like and are a joy for YOU to complete.
Wasgij (which is Jigsaw spelled backwards) is a range of fun jigsaw puzzles. You have to use your imagination and the clues provided to piece together a completely different picture than what you see on the front of the box. This presents a great challenge for the accomplished puzzler.
This is the unique ‘What are they looking at?’ puzzle concept. You have to use your imagination and the clues provided to piece together a completely different picture than what you see on the box. You have to imagine that you are one of the characters in the scene printed on the box and piece together what they are looking at.
This is a ‘Time Travelling’ puzzle concept. You have to use your imagination and the clues provided to piece together a completely different picture than what you can see on the box. Imagine how the scene will look in the modern day and how the characters and surroundings have changed from the scene printed on the box.
A ‘What Happens Next’ puzzle concept. You have to imagine what turn of events are about to happen to the characters in the image printed on the box.
The latest Edition is the Wasgij What If… ? series. With What If… ? you have to imagine what would happen if the scene printed in the box happened to the characters and the surroundings.