Secret Santa Limited Edition (1000pc)

Tony Ryan

The village Christmas Fayre is teaming with merriment and cheer. With fresh roasted chestnuts, twinkling Christmas trees and the brass band playing their favourite Christmas carols, everyone has gathered together to make their last minute purchases…including that mysterious man in red!

This is our seventeenth Limited Edition Christmas puzzle in this ever-popular series. Packaged in a gold box, the 1000 piece puzzle comes with a special serial numbered certificate, making it the ultimate collector’s item.

What’s more, this year’s Christmas puzzle is extra special as 2019 marks 100 years since Gibsons was founded in 1919. Celebrate our centenary with this unique, limited edition jigsaw puzzle!

As with all Gibsons jigsaws, the beautifully illustrated pieces are made from the highest quality 100% recycled board and are therefore a pleasure to work with again and again.

Details

  • High quality 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle.
  • Part of the White Logo collection
  • Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled.
  • 17th Limited Edition Puzzle

Gibsons jigsaws can be purchased in store from garden centres, toy shops, department stores and gift shops.
Find your nearest retailer on our stockist page.
Alternatively, our whole jigsaw puzzle range is available to buy from the following retailers:
Barney's Newsbox
Jigsaw Puzzles Direct
All Jigsaw Puzzles
The Yorkshire Jigsaw Store
Amazon

Artist Profile

Tony Ryan

Tony Ryan decided he wanted to be an artist when he saw a programme on the commercial artist’s life when he was just twelve years old. Leaving school at 16, he went to Bolton Art College to study Illustration and Design, and then did a Postgraduate course in Illustration at Bristol.

He is now a freelance illustrator and experiments with watercolour, gouache, oil and pastels. In recent years he has taken courses to develop his interest in printmaking and Japanese woodcut and many of his paintings are influenced by his own personal life and memories of when he was growing up in Lancashire.

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