Toys2Market further expands portfolio with Jeruel

Published on: 3rd December 2021

The company will distribute Jeruel Industrial’s range of 3D Crystal Puzzles which will be on show at London Toy Fair in January.

Toys2Market has announce that the company has signed exclusive UK and Ireland distribution of the Jeruel Industrial product range of 3D Crystal Puzzles.

The announcement follows the news earlier this week that the company has secured the direct to retail distribution rights for Traditional Garden Games.

Jeruel’s 3D Crystal Puzzle is a three-dimensional, transparent puzzle which can be put together to create an impressive ornament. The range is available in four sizes: Mini, Regular, Medium and Deluxe – each with their own level of difficulty. The company continues to add to the collection on an ongoing basis, with latest puzzles the Royal Carriage and Frogs released in July this year. Other designs include a unicorn, dog, giraffe, teddy bear and a T Rex.

There is no cutting, no trimming and no gluing involved as the 3D Crystal Puzzle comes in pieces that are ready to be put together easily with no mess and no fuss.

James Triptree, managing director of Toys2Market, commented: “This is a unique range of 3D Crystal Puzzles; it really is an exciting range. Once you have completed the puzzles, they are worthy of a spot on the mantelpiece.”

Jeremy Pateman, general sales manager of Toys2Market added: “The products and packaging of the 3D Crystal Puzzles collection are vibrant and very different from the norm, offering a unique stand out range for retailers. We will have the range on display at the London Toy Fair in January 2022, and would like to invite everyone to come and view it, along with our other ranges, on stand GH18.”

To get in touch with Toys2Market, contact James at or Jeremy at

You can also visit the company website here.


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