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Ravensburger to showcase puzzle range at Independent Toy & Gift Show

Published on: 29th April 2019

The theme of this year’s show, which runs today and tomorrow, is Puzzles & Jigsaws. 

Ravensburger is set to showcase its extensive range of British puzzle images sourced from British artists and agencies, featuring a heady mix of iconic British landmarks, buildings, eccentricities and uniquely British lifestyles.

More than 80% of the Ravensburger Adult Puzzle range is developed in the UK, in its Oxfordshire-based offices. Heading up the development of Ravensburger’s Adult Puzzle range is Sarah Stevens, who boasts more than 35 years’ experience in the toy industry.

With more than 250 puzzles in the range to choose from, and over 100 new developments added to the range each year, Ravensburger’s selection of adult puzzles offers a comprehensive choice of puzzle images and piece counts. Ranging from 100-piece puzzles specifically developed for adults with limited dexterity, to the world’s biggest jigsaw puzzle measuring 680 x 192cm and cut into 40,320 pieces, there’s something for every age and taste.

Celebrating Ravensburger’s deep-rooted British heritage at this year’s show, the company will demonstrate how puzzles can be injected into any lifestyle and home setting. Visitors can get up close and personal with 20 British artists, find out their backgrounds and specialities, and discover the ranges they are responsible for bringing to life each season. From highly-detailed illustrated artwork to computer generated compositions and uniquely styled photographs, the value lays in the diversity and collectability of Ravensburger’s jigsaw puzzle ranges.

Attendees can also vote for their favourite Ravensburger artist to be in with a chance of winning an afternoon tea for two on the B-Bakery Sightseeing Tour around London.

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