The object of the puzzle is to get the four pieces into the frame and close the gates. To do this you’ll have to navigate the labyrinth. To do that you’ll have to put the pieces in the right order and use the correct sequence to manipulate them within the frame simultaneously.
The puzzle is designed and made by Jean Claude Constantin. Jean Claude is one of the world’s most prolific puzzle designers with hundreds of ingenious and different designs to his name. This is one of his sliding block puzzles combining sequential movement with a maze but he has designed many puzzles from interlocking burr to metal take apart puzzles too.
Jean Claude Constantin’s puzzles are not often seen outside Europe and can be difficult to source because of the high demand for his product. Brian found this puzzle in a puzzle shop in Amsterdam a while ago and has since managed to get just a few to sell here on our website.
The puzzles are laser cut woods with acrylic top and stainless steel screws. The wood comes in random wood colouring. At the moment the ones we have are all the lighter blonde wood.
Size: 100mm x 100mm x 13mm
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