Gibsons reveals new products

Published on: 11th April 2014

Gibsons has released information on six new additions to its jigsaws range which are now available.

The first of the releases is a 636-piece jigsaw featuring a mid-19th Century portrayal of Portishead high street. Artist Bryan Evans has taken familiar elements of our modern way of life, wound the clock back 150 years and dropped them into the nineteenth century.

Knobbly Knees is the new 500-peice jigsaw by Jim Mitchell that depicts a holiday camp.

Czes Pachela’s Life in the Slow Lane is a 1000-piece jigsaw that shows the countryside on a Summer’s day.

Painted by Philip D Hawkins, Summer Saturday on Snow Hill shows the commotion that would have occurred on a Saturday morning in the 1950s as holiday makers rush to catch the 9.50am train to Plymouth and Penzance.

The penultimate addition to the new range is Salcombe Harbour by Terry Harrison. The jigsaw captures the Devonshire South Hams town that lies on the Salcombe estuary in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Finally, An Apple A Day portrays life before pre-packed produce and automated checkouts, and shows a traditional image of a village shop.

The puzzles are available to order now, and for more information on the new additions, and to see the entire Gibsons range, visit

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