Friday, 1 December 2017

Product Review of Limited Edition Christmas Themed Jigsaw


It wouldn't be quite the Christmas lead up for me if I were ever denied a first-hand look at artist, Roy Trower's yearly Christmas scenes for Ravensburger's limited edition jigsaw puzzles




Here follows a review of the puzzle available for Christmas 2017 called Which One's Santa? and it is number 21 in the series overall

The Artist


For the last ten
 years of so, artist, Roy Trower has landed the gig to create beautifully illustrated Christmas scenes for Limited Edition jigsaw puzzles by Ravensburger. The artwork involves 2D skills, from sketching out the designs to hand painting them. Trower favours using a mix of medium mainly
water-colours, gouaches; and colouring pencils

The Theme 

As 70's music group, Slade said in their 'Merry Christmas Everybody' tune:
'it's the time that every Santa has a ball' ; 
and there's FOUR mighty fine Santas in this design, (perhaps not having a ball) but being kindly and social nonetheless, and they all look pretty convincing as the real McCoy!

The 'real' Santa is usually centrestage in Trower's designs, so, as you assemble this quality jigsaw of 1000 pieces, you might wonder if Santa is a gate crashing guest at the Christmas fancy dress party depicted


Other villagers have been more original with their fancy dressing. Mother Mary is there. And can you spot the bauble and the Christmas pud? There's a couple of Christmas stars running and a boy mimicking the snowman 

The scene is outdoors once again, on a snowy winters night, and there is a nod to all the traditional activities and festivities of the season

The Product and Promotion
Which One's Santa? is the 21st Anniversary Limited Edition Christmas jigsaw puzzle by Ravensburger 1000 pieces. These Christmas limited editions are a standalone separate from the other numbered limited edition series.This premium jigsaw is rectangular on completion, and measures 70 x 50 cm approx. Not suitable for children under 36 months (small pieces). From 12 years to adult. RRP £13.99

(you'll need to know readers that if you decide to click over to the
that well known online retailer using the link below and end up buying then I will gain a few pence from you doing so)



This review may also appear at 

 : Ravensburger Puzzle club

Comment although the figures are smaller on the picture than the scene from last year's edition this latest jigsaw is marginally easier to do in comparison.

Another 'glowing' scene from Trower and Ravensburger's Design Team in the UK

It's Chris-t-ma-s!!!'






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