Gin - Tim Bulmer 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Jigsaw Puzzle Size Chart
Jigsaw Puzzle Size Chart
|🧩 1000 Pieces||66cm x 50cm (26 x 20 inches)|
|🧩 500 Pieces||50cm x 38cm (20 x 15 inches)|
|🧩 500 Pieces [Square]||49cm x 49cm (19 x 19 inches)|
|🧩 400 Pieces||
41.5 cm x 31.5 cm (16 x 12.5 inches)
|🧩 400 Pieces [Circle]||Diameter of 45.5cm (18 inches)|
|🧩 200 Pieces||50cm x 38cm (20 x 15 inches)|
Available for same day dispatch (before 2pm)
Please note a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle weighs just under 1kg
$11.99 - Orders under 2kg
$15 - Orders between 2kg and 4kg
$20 - Orders between 4kg and 6.5kg
$30 - Orders between 6.5kg and 10kg
$40 - Orders Over 10kg
For personalised orders, please allow up to 5 days for your order to be hand-made and dispatched.
Customs and Duties - Unfortunately, we do not have any control over what (if any) duties will be charged by Customs, therefore the customer is responsible for any possible duties at the time of delivery by US/ Canadian Customs. Orders refused by customers can be returned for a refund, minus the cost of shipping, duties and a 20% administration fee.
For more information, please visit our Shipping Information page.
Standard Returns Policy
If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 30 days of receipt of your purchases(s) either by e-mail to email@example.com or telephone our Customer Services team on 01837 811317.
Mystery puzzles are greatly reduced and as such are not covered by our normal returns policy.
If for any reason your puzzle arrives damaged then will happily send you a replacement.
Please contact our Customer Services team
If you have any further questions about shipping.
Indulge in a Gin infused jigsaw puzzle! This brilliant illustration from Tim Bulmer tells us all about Gin, where it came from and how it has adapted over the years.
G&T's are a popular drink for many and Gin has been distilled for a long time, so Tim Bulmer created a fascinating illustration all about this fine beverage! The puzzle is perfect for Gin lovers and even gives you fun Gin recipe ideas, as well as fascinating facts. Did you know? The name Gin was derived from a Dutch/Belgium spirit called Genevre or Jenever and the boozy beverage was brought over to England King William III and Queen Mary in 1689!
Find more fun facts and Gin inspired illustrations in this wonderful puzzle by Tim Bulmer.
Tim Bulmer is a talented artist from the UK, known for this witty and humorous artwork and for not taking life too seriously! His artwork truly reflects his light-hearted attitude and‚ his fantastic designs will leave you highly amused.
Dimensions: 66 x 50cm
Number of Pieces: 1000