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Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Rihno

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Turtle

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Pig

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Monkey

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Horse

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Fish

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Dragon

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Dophin

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

wood puzzles Dinosaur

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

Wood puzzles

Wood puzzles Buffalo

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.

$1.85

Intarsia is a woodworking technique where many different species of wood are cut and shaped into three dimensional pieces and then glued together to form a design. The finished sculpture is then glued to a solid piece of backer wood for additional strength as can be seen in this picture No two pieces of wood are exactly alike. The manufacturer has done a good job of maintaining consistency from one piece to the next. However, you may notice some slight variations in color or grain pattern. That is the nature of real wood.