French Wooden Puzzle - Le Mont Eiger


French Wooden Puzzle - Le Mont Eiger


The beautiful, Le Mont Eiger puzzle by Ferdinand Hodler

Puzzle aficionados will appreciate the high quality materials used to make each puzzle. Each is handcrafted by a different artisan, making them one of a kind pieces of art on top of complex games. The cut depends on the painter's style and the way the craftsman sees his brushstrokes. Each puzzle is created in limited editions, with no two alike. These puzzles art true works of art. Perfect for children and adults, they're sure to challenge the minds of the entire family, and friends, for years to come.

Puzzle Michèle Wilson is recognized by Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EVP) label, the Living Heritage Company label is a mark of recognition of the French State, put in place to reward French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial know-how.

  • Hand-cut wooden jigsaw puzzle
  • 500 pieces
  • 14.6" x 10.6" finished
  • Made in France
  • Environmentally friendly poplar wood
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Artist, Ferdinand Hodler is a Swiss painter born in 1853. At first he was a realist painter, then turned to a more abstract painting, evolving towards the symbolism. He lived in Geneva and painted in parallel numerous views of Swiss lakes and mountains, trying to show an essential nature, removing the insignificant details. 

ABOUT PUZZLE MICHÈLE WILSON: These wooden puzzles are more difficult than the classic puzzles. Adults who rediscover this hobby often practiced in childhood appreciate the time spent in tete-a-tete with a painting, and the relaxation that this hobby brings.  

Founded in 1975, Puzzle Michèle Wilson creates beautiful puzzles meant to challenge the mind. Created in France, these puzzles are made through a complex process of saw cutting where an artisan twirl wood around an electric saw to create each piece of the puzzle separately making the puzzles extremely complex and beautiful. The Michèle Wilson puzzles are 100% made in France and cut by hand according to an original method adapted to each motif. The puzzles are made of poplar wood, respectful of the environment. The know-how of the Michèle Wilson Puzzle has been recognized by obtaining the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant label.

Children develop their sense of observation and fine motor skills when doing a puzzle. Reconstituting a puzzle requires concentration and patience. It is a complete educational game that develops reasoning, analysis and the meaning of deduction. It also allows the discovery of a complete painting once finished.