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Handcrafted Wood Cylindrical Puzzle from Thailand

$19.99
(8 reviews) Write a Review
SKU: 292533
Thailand's Waraporn Khamsuk designs this challenging puzzle, which features the shape of a cylinder with rotating segments. Handcrafted of rain tree wood, the puzzle is filled with colorful balls on the inside that move with the segments. The goal is to maneuver the balls so that all four colors are grouped together.
  • Raintree wood
  • 0.37 lbs
  • 4.1 inches H x 2.8 inches Diam.
  • Made in Thailand

Meet the Artist

Waraporn Khamsuk

8 Reviews

  • 5
    Eeee! What fun!

    Posted by Karen on Apr 15th 2020

    If you leave this out, people automatically pick it up and start to fiddle with it. A nice piece of mini art for a coffee table, desk or bookshelf.

  • 5
    Eeee! What fun!

    Posted by Karen on Apr 15th 2020

    If you leave this out, people automatically pick it up and start to fiddle with it. A nice piece of mini art for a coffee table, desk or bookshelf.

  • 5
    he really enjoyed this puzzle

    Posted by Cynthia on Apr 11th 2020

    A great gift for the gentleman who is very difficult to buy for! This puzzle is beautifully crafted and offers a unique challenge.

  • 5
    he really enjoyed this puzzle

    Posted by Cynthia on Apr 11th 2020

    A great gift for the gentleman who is very difficult to buy for! This puzzle is beautifully crafted and offers a unique challenge.

  • 5
    Puzzle

    Posted by Kathy on Nov 23rd 2019

    Love the puzzle. Great for kids or adults

  • 5
    Puzzle

    Posted by Kathy on Nov 23rd 2019

    Love the puzzle. Great for kids or adults

  • 5
    Harder than it looks!

    Posted by Colleen on Oct 11th 2018

    My husband and I have been working on this one for awhile now. We'll work on it for a little bit, set it down, pick it back up, and start again. Haven't completed it yet, but it's right there in front of us taunting us to finish. It's quite compelling. Love it!

  • 5
    Harder than it looks!

    Posted by Colleen on Oct 11th 2018

    My husband and I have been working on this one for awhile now. We'll work on it for a little bit, set it down, pick it back up, and start again. Haven't completed it yet, but it's right there in front of us taunting us to finish. It's quite compelling. Love it!