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Stave | “And the Lord God Made Them All” Limited Edition ☃️

$1,450.00

~297 Total pcs
~27 Silhouettes
17″ x 13 1/2″
LE #6/200
1983


A gorgeous series designed by Stephanie Leoffler and based on a Cecil Francis Alexander poem. Each puzzle in this series has a different animal theme, this was has a bird and fish focus. As with the other 3 puzzles in the series, each contains extraordinary details including some surprises we won’t reveal and leave you to discover as you assemble this amazing design. An amazing hand-painted LE you will want to add as part of any collection.
Note: We thought it would be fun to show the original listing from Stave’s 1984 catalog that shows all 4 puzzles in the collection. The catalog is for the description only and not included with the puzzle sale.


Excellent condition. 3 personal pieces (initials, 2 x word split into 2 pieces). The number 4 on puzzle and label. Lid is a little indented on one side and top (see pics). The “s” in one word had a minor repair. Note there is one missing 3D standup piece, which is a small shell. If you wanted it replaced, we can refer you to someone that may be able to help (or Stave might be able to as well).


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    We make the process easy. Once you order on the site we will ship your puzzle out. Due to theft, we do require signature required for delivery on most , if this is a problem please contact us. You will receive an email with the tracking info. 

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    How We Rate the Condition of Puzzles

    We do our best to describe the condition of the puzzles.  It is a little challenging as everyone has their own standards.  We suggest you rely on the closeup photos and feel free to ask questions if you have any.  That being said, generally this is what our various ratings mean:

    Excellent – Looks as close to new as a brand new puzzle can.  There might be very slight amount of wear on a very small number of pieces, but almost impossible to see without close inspection.

    Very Good – Puzzles in this category have probably only been done a few times and show almost no signs of wear.  Maybe a small number of pieces that stand out as having a little uplifting or other issues.

    Good – Puzzle has been done a few times and there may be a number of pieces showing wear on their edges.   The wood is in good structural condition, it’s mostly cosmetic issues with the paper layer being worn.

    Fair – Starting to see some problems with the puzzles.  Worn pieces, possibly a chip or two, that sort of thing.  Read the description and look at the pictures to see exact issues.  This also may include puzzles that are missing a piece, but otherwise in good condition.

    Poor – In need of major restoration, may be missing pieces, lots of chipped pieces or major condition issues to the paper layer.

    We do take into consideration the condition of the boxes, but most will have at least a tiny amount of wear since when they are shipped the corners can get worn down.  Anything significant will be noted in the description.