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Elements Puzzle: 1000 Pieces. by Black Dog & Leventhal. We actually loved this puzzle - my 11 year old has the book and is really into the Periodic Table.

Elements Puzzle: 1000 Pieces. This gorgeous and challenging 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Theodore Gray's photographic periodic table is based on the bestseller, The Elements (also published by Black Dog & Leventhal). It was challenging for sure, a lot of black, but enough details, like numbers and letters, to get it together.

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Black Dog & Leventhal. Published: 1 February, 2012. The Elements Puzzle, made of high-quality, sturdy material, is a 91. x 40. mm 1000 piece puzzle, in the shape of Theodore Gray's famous photographic perodic table, and provides hours and hours of fun for the whole family (ages 4 and up) or for the classroom.

Nick Mann, Theodore Gray. Made of high-quality, sturdy. Made of high-quality, sturdy material, this 36' X 16' puzzle, in the shape of Theodore Gray's famous photographic periodic table, provides hours and hours of fun. show more.

This gorgeous and challenging 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Theodore Gray's photographic periodic table is based on the bestseller, The Elements (also . Book Description Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers Inc, United States, 2011.

This gorgeous and challenging 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Theodore Gray's photographic periodic table is based on the bestseller, The Elements (also published by Black Dog & Leventhal).

Black Dog & Leventhal aims to bring you the best of illustrated nonfiction books. I did not see a piece of art that I saw there when I was in the service 47 years ago. I'm wondering if it may still be there even if it isn't considered a "permenate" piece. I purchased the book because I don't know the artist or the name of the piece. The reason I ask this is because I also saw a painting of I believe Napolean with 20 or more of his family in it. Both pieces were at least 15 feet tall and 18 feet wide.

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The Elements Puzzle book. This gorgeous and challenging 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Theodore Gray's photographic periodic table is based on the bestseller, "The Elements".

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Comments: (7)
Ubrise
My 10 year old loves his copy of Theodore Gray's "The Elements" and has read it from cover to cover many times over. Surely that would translate into being excited about a puzzle with the periodic table from his favorite book, right? Turns out he'd rather read about elements than help put together a mostly black and grey puzzle. We started putting it together a week ago (and by we I mean ME, along with some help with cousins here for a visit) and we're maybe a third of the way done. It's a battle of wills now... I will not surrender to this puzzle. I will conquer it! Then I will glue it and frame it and that will be the end of it's puzzling days. Soon. Very soon. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go play "every black piece in every hole" for a few hours. *twitch*
Fato
nope no no. i do a lot of puzzles but i never want to look at this one again. it was too dark and difficult and boring. most of my reviews on puzzles are happy but seeing this pop up just frustrates me. we gave up on it after a few weeks of no-one wanting to attempt it. it aggravates me that the box shows a rainbow band across the bottom of the box as it is not on the puzzle. it would be far more helpful if the colors on the surrounding boxes were different or had a pattern to break up all the negative space. and like 100 pieces just black. no thanks no way. tell you what you can have my uncompleted puzzle its still in the box and we moved on. I am off working way cooler puzzles and really learned my lesson on buying puzzles for educational purposes, i wouldn't have even enjoyed this in a school setting, gross.
Fountain_tenderness
It was missing ONE piece, which is actually a huge deal when were talking about a puzzle where the whole point is to find where all of the pieces go... It was not in the packaging, or the box, nothing from the puzzle ever left the puzzle table that we use to do our puzzles. This isn't our first, second, third, or even fourth time putting together a decent size puzzle. My husband and I do puzzles for fun. Then we frame them and hang them in our house. We put all of that work into this puzzle only to realize a piece is missing. The one missing piece ruined this puzzle for me. My husband said he is still going to mount and hang it...
anneli
We were really looking forward to framing this puzzle, but it is one of the worst cut puzzles we've seen, especially for the price. Pieces of cardboard were left on many pieces, but the bigger problem is that the layers of each piece are not compact and are flaking off, which leads the pieces to not fit snugly. Maybe we just received a lemon, but we are quite disappointed. Five dollar puzzles from any local craft store are manufactured better.
Pemand
We actually loved this puzzle - my 11 year old has the book and is really into the Periodic Table. It was challenging for sure, a lot of black, but enough details, like numbers and letters, to get it together. I would have rated it higher but A) it was kind of crappy quality -- some of the pieces did not fit together well or were torn and B) a piece was missing. ;-( It was such a bummer to spend 3 days working on this and to have a missing piece at the end. We know we didn't lose the piece, because we actually started with the elements instead of the edges -- all black edges meant that it was really too hard to start on the outside and work our way in. Radium was the first element my son put together, so we discovered a piece was missing from the beginning, but kept hoping maybe we were just overlooking it, despite constant searching. Also, the table is a little outdated, as some elements that were listed as unnamed have since been named.
Giamah
I bought this for my chemistry-obsessed 8 year old to put together with his grandparents over Thanksgiving. My son loves the puzzle. The dark background makes it a bit hard on older eyes.
It lost a star because the pieces are loose enough that we occasionally had to turn them over to make sure they really did fit together. The looseness also makes it difficult to move sections of the puzzle from your working areas into the body of the puzzle.
Saintrius
An awful lot of the elements look like rocks. So I wouldn't say it's the most FUN puzzle we've ever done. But hey, it's educational, and now we kind of know what Boron looks like...I guess.
This puzzle is so hard! It took us hours and hours to even come close to finishing. The black background combined with most of the elements all being silver in color made it super difficult to place the pieces. It was very challenging! But it certainly helped my kids learn the names of the elements and hopefully where they are on the periodic table.